Adjective(1) showing a seam(2) morally degraded
(1) There was a seamy side to the Congress and its various initiatives, and Saunders exposes it.(2) The shooting death of Blake's wife, Bonny Lee Bakley, highlights the seamy side of Hollywood.(3) But research in organizations with nonfacilitative governments highlights the value of bureaucracy and reveals the seamy side of personal relationships.(4) They represent all that we find repugnant in sport, the seamy side of their profession and are, for the most part, to be found swimming against the tide.(5) To me, the deepest feeling I have about this field is that it is a bitter experience to see the seamy side of life.(6) Nevertheless, I do not see sex between consenting adults as seamy , sleazy or even necessarily steamy.(7) But it is an exaggerated horror, itself suspect, which would make us unable to acknowledge the facts because of the seamy side of the facts.(8) In its depiction of a rather run-down and seamy side of New Jersey, it threatens to be taken seriously.(9) More than ever our domestic media shoulders the responsibility of focusing on the seamy side of society.(10) Yes, that's the thing that disturbs me, because there are so many people who apparently want to hear the seamy side of life about people who are in trouble.(11) There can be a seamy side to the transfer of children.(12) I have seen this world, the seamy side of it, in all places, but this stuff that we are allowing into this country, and the censor is allowing in, is absolutely disgusting.(13) His education taught him a lot about the seamy side of life and the way in which an uncaring society could treat those who could not help themselves.(14) We'll dig into the seamy side of Los Angeles with the man who gave us ├ö├ç├┐LA Confidential├ö├ç├û just ahead.(15) All the stuff about the supposedly seamy side of gaming is way off the mark.(16) A hopeless alcoholic living in a flophouse on the seamy side of town, he was a promising boxer chewed up and spit out by the corrupt amateur circuit.
1. sordid ::
2. disreputable ::
3. degenerate ::
4. seedy ::
5. sleazy ::
6. squalid ::
7. insalubrious ::
8. unwholesome ::
9. unsavory ::
10. rough ::
11. unpleasant ::
12. skeevy ::
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