Definition of 'sleazy'
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This is a rather sleazy attempt to prove that there is something wrong. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It was difficult to square these attributes with the rather sleazy figure depicted recently. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Unsurprisingly it is portrayed as rather sleazy and corrupt with a drunken drug addict coming to a sticky end. The Sun (2007)This rather sleazy and cynical view of morality is deconstructed by the folks at Mockingbird blog. Christianity Today (2000)I have a friend who lives in Hollywood and we like going out to all the sleazy dive bars. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Last season, the Swans bench looked about as threadbare as the carpet in a sleazy nightclub. The Sun (2014)We all know that a sleazy boss hugging his secretary, causing her to vomit, is not on. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Given that the island is as famous for its white powder as its white beaches, let us hope sleazy behaviour does not intrude on SW7. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Used Occasionally. sleazy is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'sleazy'
British English: sleazy ADJECTIVE
If you describe a place as sleazy, you dislike it because it looks dirty and badly cared for, and not respectable.
Definition of sleazy from the Collins English Dictionary
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