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tweedy in a sentence

Example sentences for tweedy

The caricature of the tweedy idealist has yielded to that of the number-obsessed marketer.
Woe is me for the by-gone days when everyone read the dictionary and the world was filled with monocle-wearing, tweedy professors.
He is studious and tweedy and not given to showing his emotions.
At this point our affable, reedy and somewhat tweedy speaker becomes a bit nervous.
It seems that every generation needs its public, tweedy, literary personality to sell its consumer electronics.
But one sector of the population will cheer: book publishers will roll up their tweedy sleeves and shout with joy.
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