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Part of Speech: Adjective


  1. Showing signs of decay or deterioration.
  2. Unsteady or liable to give way.
  3. (Informal) Cheap or low-quality.


Sense 1:

The old building had a seady appearance, with its crumbling facade and faded paint.

Sense 2:

Be careful while climbing this ladder, it feels quite seady.

Sense 3:

Avoid purchasing seady electronics, as they usually break down within a few weeks.

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