seepy

Related to seepy: Sleepy Hollow

seepy

(ˈsiːpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
tending to seep
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Jagged, seepy, and polydirectional, the drawn lines are awful ruling marks.
Seepy, creaking, sweeping, with a creaking kind of beating of the penultimate dorsal jutting out femoral tail the siskin whisking round the peeled off mouldy bottle green pear tree rivers.
Often found at higher elevations, in seepy areas, marshes, bogs, fens, or meadows here.
Low open woods and seepy areas; Cumberland Plateau, Ridge and Valley; rare; [Coastal Plain].