seamy

Sleazy vs Seamy - What's the difference?

sleazy | seamy |


As adjectives the difference between sleazy and seamy

is that sleazy is marked by low quality; inferior; inadequate while seamy is sordid, squalid or corrupt.

Scruffy vs Seamy - What's the difference?

scruffy | seamy |


As adjectives the difference between scruffy and seamy

is that scruffy is untidy in appearance while seamy is sordid, squalid or corrupt.

As a noun scruffy

is an artificial intelligence researcher who believes that intelligence is too complicated (or computationally intractable) to be solved with the sorts of homogeneous system favoured by the "neats".

Snide vs Seamy - What's the difference?

snide | seamy |


As adjectives the difference between snide and seamy

is that snide is disparaging or derisive in an insinuative way while seamy is sordid, squalid or corrupt.

As a noun snide

is an underhanded, tricky person given to sharp practise; a sharper; a beat.

Seamy vs Turpitude - What's the difference?

seamy | turpitude |


As an adjective seamy

is sordid, squalid or corrupt.

As a noun turpitude is

inherent baseness, depravity or wickedness; corruptness and evilness.

Seamy vs Beamy - What's the difference?

seamy | beamy |


As adjectives the difference between seamy and beamy

is that seamy is sordid, squalid or corrupt while beamy is resembling a beam in size and weight; massy.

Seamy vs Semy - What's the difference?

seamy | semy |


As adjectives the difference between seamy and semy

is that seamy is sordid, squalid or corrupt while semy is .

Seavy vs Seamy - What's the difference?

seavy | seamy |


As adjectives the difference between seavy and seamy

is that seavy is (uk|dialect) overgrown with rushes while seamy is sordid, squalid or corrupt.

Seams vs Seamy - What's the difference?

seams | seamy |


As a noun seams

is .

As a verb seams

is (seam).

As an adjective seamy is

sordid, squalid or corrupt.

Seamy vs Steamy - What's the difference?

seamy | steamy |


As adjectives the difference between seamy and steamy

is that seamy is sordid, squalid or corrupt while steamy is warm and humid; full of steam.

Seaminess vs Seamy - What's the difference?

seaminess | seamy | Derived terms |

Seaminess is a derived term of seamy.

Seaminess is a derived term of seamy.


As a noun seaminess

is the state or condition of being seamy.

As an adjective seamy is

sordid, squalid or corrupt.

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