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seedy July 26, 2010

Posted by vocabulry in Uncategorized.

1. Shabby and untidy

2. Somewhat ill or prone to illness

3. Morally degraded; unpleasant and offensive; slovenly

” Now, granted, the segment was on public radio, and it was a local broadcast covering only Northern California and not the nation, but still, the knotty intricacies of funding, class sizes, and student retention can’t possibly compete with a pretty pre-med student with the perfect life who kills prostitutes in seedy casinos.”



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