Etymology
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tweedy (adj.)

"characteristic of the country or suburban set," 1912, from tweed + -y (2). Related: Tweediness.

updated on August 08, 2012

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Definitions of tweedy from WordNet

tweedy (adj.)
of textiles; having a rough surface;
Synonyms: homespun / nubby / nubbly / slubbed
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