Synonyms of seedy in English:

seedy


See definition of seedy

adjective

1‘he began hanging out at a seedy bar’

SYNONYMS
sordid, disreputable, seamy, sleazy, corrupt, shameful, low, dark, squalid, unwholesome, unsavoury, rough, mean, nasty, unpleasant
ANTONYMS

classy

2‘the live-in caretaker of a seedy block of flats’

SYNONYMS
dilapidated, tumbledown, ramshackle, derelict, ruinous, falling to pieces, decrepit, gone to rack and ruin, in ruins, broken-down, crumbling, decaying, disintegrating
neglected, uncared-for, unmaintained, depressed, run down, down at heel, shabby, dingy, slummy, insalubrious, squalid
informal shambly, crummy
British informal grotty
North American informal shacky
Australian, New Zealand informal rumpty
ANTONYMS

high-class, fashionable

3‘feeling rather seedy’

SYNONYMS
ill, unwell, poorly, bad, out of sorts, indisposed, not oneself, sick, queasy, nauseous, nauseated, peaky, liverish, green about the gills, run down, washed out, faint, dizzy, giddy, light-headed
British off, off colour
informal under the weather, below par, not up to par, funny, peculiar, lousy, rotten, rough, awful, terrible, dreadful, crummy
British informal grotty, ropy
Scottish informal wabbit, peely-wally
Australian, New Zealand informal crook
vulgar slang crappy
rare peaked, peakish
ANTONYMS

fit, well