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sleazy

thin or flimsy, as cloth
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But every sweaty, grasping, sleazy second of it is gut-wrenching.
Bannon, of Sunlight Street, Anfield, was filmed by enforcement officers who stopped him in the middle of plastering the sleazy stickers at the bottom of Bold Street.
Nice N Sleazy declined to comment but a source said: "What is going on in the tenement has become well-known and it's a problem.
New Delhi [India], Nov 18 ( ANI ): Ben Affleck has admitted that he knew Harvey Weinstein was "sleazy and a bully."
"I knew [Weinstein] was sleazy and kind of a bully, but unfortunately, that wasn't that uncommon," Affleck said on the Today show on Friday.
The court that the described as "sleazy" "predator" HMRC were owed PS92,428 and the firm owed PS17,183 in National Insurance payments.
In the dictionary, however, when I looked up all of the above sales words, none of the definitions referenced manipulative, dishonest, unethical, sleazy or anything particularly negative.
The phone conversations had stirred up a major controversy as the minister was allegedly caught in the act of making sleazy conversations with a woman.
VETERAN DJ Dave Lee Travis was the "perfect gentleman" and nothing like the "sleazy, predatory, opportunist" his assault trial has accused him of being, his defence barrister has told a court.
Bad boy Colin Farrell, 37, says the highlights of making new film, A Winter's Tale, were working with Eva Marie Saint, 89, and shooting the sex scenes - even if that makes him "cheap and sleazy"...
I know it's not the weirdest fantasy in the world, but for some reason it makes me feel uncomfortable and sleazy.
In its account of the Huffington Post scoop on Bill Clinton's tirade last June 2 against Todd Purdum for his Vanity Fair profile , The New York Times quoted some of the ex-president's epithets, including "sleazy" and "slimy" but drew the line at "scumbag." Other leading news outlets were not so coy.