Comparative form of tweedy: more tweedy(adjective)
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Use "tweedier" in a sentence
"Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal Best known for his 1981 jungle-set novel "The Mosquito Coast" (made into a Harrison Ford film) and his train-travel memoirs (especially "The Great Railway Bazaar"), the scribe is often recognized in tweedier circles as a snob, a provocateur, a curmudgeon."
"But the corporate naming game has different implications when it invades the tweedier precincts of campus."
"Look for suits made from materials like silk, as opposed to chunky, tweedier threads: above: Chris Benz, fall '08 ready-to-wear, photo from style. com"