adjective. ['ˈtwiːdi'] of textiles; having a rough surface.
Words that Rhyme with Tweedy
Example sentences of the word tweedy
1. Noun, singular or mass
He comes in many colors from white to black, but mostly earth tones and tweedy or patchy effects.
Mixed yarns of indigo and cream give this woven cotton area rug its unique marled, tweedy look.
Quotes containing the word tweedy
1. Cat, hmmm? From where I sit you look more like a Kitten."My head jerked around and I shot him an annoyed look. Oh, I was going to enjoy this, all right. "It's Cat,"I repeated firmly. "Cat Raven.""Whatever you say, Kitten Tweedy.
- Jeaniene Frost, Halfway to the Grave
adjective. ['ˈtwiːdi'] (of country gentry) informal, clannish and outdoorsy.