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sleazy

thin or flimsy, as cloth
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Thus, as Clinton's crime policies sadly echo those of George Bush, so does Bochco's artistic vision of the issue echo the sleaziest, most reactionary tabloid shows.
Or you go out to the mailbox in your bathrobe-your oldest, sleaziest, comfiest bathrobe -and don't give a d- who sees you.
The announcement Wednesday that the notoriously fangless British Financial Services Authority is going after the most blatant fraudsters in UK finance opened a window on some of the sleaziest financial hucksterism in Great Britain.
According to their so-called consumer column I am the sleaziest, most awful person in the world.
org called the NRA and Latinos for Reform ads "false" and "misleading," and said that the National Republican Trust PAC ad on driver's licenses was "one of the sleaziest false TV ads of the campaign.
One of the things that struck me was that people were dismissing the non-experimental evidence by appealing to the sleaziest of arguments.
com, called for a boycott of the company, saying the video amounted to "brainwashing on the sleaziest and most sinister" level.
Yes, David, but, if the inquiry into your behaviour finds evidence of wrongdoing, you'll be pilloried as one of the sleaziest in Britain.
In running the sleaziest campaign since South Carolina in 2000 and standing by completely debunked lies on national television, it's clear that John McCain would rather lose his integrity than lose an election," an Obama spokesman said.
Tom DeLay has called the prosecutor's vendetta against him ``politics of the most sleaziest kind.
Who branded the Labour Government the sleaziest ever?
As we witness the tensions and extremities of life in the sleaziest part of New York, the stench of decaying relationships seems to spill over into the audience in this production as the venue is so intimate.