Definition of Seamiest

1. Adjective. (superlative of seamy) ¹



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Definition of Seamiest

1. seamy [adj] - See also: seamy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seamiest

seamarks
seame
seamed
seamed stocking
seamed stockings
seamen
seamen apprentice
seamen recruit
seamer
seamers
seames
seamhead
seamheads
seamice
seamier
seamiest (current term)
seaminess
seaminesses
seaming
seamings
seamless
seamlessly
seamlessness
seamlessnesses
seamlike
seamount
seamounts
seamouse
seams
seamset

Literary usage of Seamiest

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1. The English Poets: Selections by Thomas Humphry Ward, Matthew Arnold (1880)
"He is the seamiest and frailest of classies in our poetry, but he is a classic. And now, after Gray, we are met, as we draw towards the end of the ..."

2. Ivory, Apes and Peacocks: Joseph Conrad, Walt Whitman, Jules Laforgue by James Huneker (1915)
"... cabarets, and saw life on its seamiest side, whether in Germany, Austria, France, or England. Such experiences produced their inevitable reaction ..."

3. The New England Magazine by Making of America Project (1895)
"It is, by the way, doubtless because the Beacon Street mall is no thoroughfare that one sees upon it the seamiest side of human life on the Common. ..."

4. British Exploits in South America: A History of British Activities in by William Henry Koebel (1917)
"It did not hold good in those whose livelihood depended directly on the traffic in the bodies of the Africans. Here, indeed, was the seamiest side ..."

5. The Mechanics' Magazine (1855)
"Improvements in the manufacture of seamiest garments or other useful articles of felt. (A communication.) Patent dated April 25, 1855. (No. 930. ..."

6. British Exploits in South America: A History of British Activities in by William Henry Koebel (1917)
"Here, indeed, was the seamiest side of the slave trade. It is likely enough that, if the bulk of the slave-owning population could have witnessed its more ..."

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