The Collaborative International Dictionary
Seepy \Seep"y\, or Sipy \Sip"y\, a. Oozy; -- applied to land under cultivation that is not well drained.
a. oozy; applied to land under cultivation that is not well drained
Usage examples of "seepy".
There were diseased trees, leafless and gaunt and sprouting contagious-looking boles on their trunks, and there were the unsanctioned scrub oaks the landscape architect had disparaged, and pear trees whose fruit progressed from unripe on the limb to rotten on the ground in a single night and then harbored wasps in the holes in their seepy, sticky sides.