from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. oozy; applied to land under cultivation that is not well drained
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Oozy; -- applied to land under cultivation that is not well drained.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Oozing; full of moisture: specifically noting land not properly drained.
July 3, 2008 at 10:54 am wuz fun party, nao ai iz seepy. nyte ebbrywun! mary O'Spockn says:
April 28, 2008 at 10:36 am ai shur it iz. heer in west Texeses, awl wii gits foar spring iz durt adn allergins adn durt adn a fyoo flowurs adn durt adn wind adn durt. oh, adn awlso, wii gits sum durt. ebbr seen a brown sky befoar? ennywae, odder tahn awl teh durt, ebbryfing iz fien heer. ai iz happi, but seepy, az ai posteded awn teh cheezfrenz siet. zzzzzZZZZZzzzz
Ahh, kitteh content and doggie seepy – good newz for ahl.
Affluence, Ciliegia Grande and Kirschie Real, the two chirsines, with respecks from his missus, seepy and sewery, and a request might she passe of him for a minnikin.
The bandage Percy had fashioned for her had fallen off somewhere in the woods, so the wound on her head was exposed, all seepy and puffy-looking.
I am so very seepy in the morning that my man wakens me above ten times; and now I can tell oo no news of this day.
Beyond our last fence the ground got seepy and dropped down into willow swamps.
Most nut trees require a deep, well-drained soil that is not swampy or seepy, and over which there are no overflows during the summer season.
Nite, sollahs, 'tis rate I'll go to seep; I don't seep well, and therefore never dare to drink coffee or tea after dinner: but I am very seepy in a molning.
An I'll tell you nite ittle tory to-night, tause you isn't seepy.
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