Seed`i*ness (?), n.

The quality or state of being seedy, shabby, or worn out; a state of wretchedness or exhaustion.

[Colloq.]

G. Eliot.

What is called seedness, after a debauch, is a plain proof that nature has been outraged. J. S. Blackie.

 

© Webster 1913.

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