Definition of tweedily in English:

tweedily

adverb

  • See tweedy

    • ‘The former is a flamboyant actor, the latter a tweedily sedate director.’
    • ‘She is the ultimate symbol of resourceful, tweedily eccentric British womanhood, of the old gals who go stamping across the heath in the wild rain, looking for stuffed shirts to poke with their umbrellas.’