Examples of sleaze in a Sentence
some sleaze will try to make a buck off of this tragic murder
at least her newest boyfriend isn't the kind of sleaze she usually dates
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In recent years, his ex-girlfriend Holly Madison has painted Hefner as a manipulative sleaze.
The University of Louisville's basketball program is now the gold standard for sleaze in a business that almost defines the word.
At least the king of daytime sleaze could liven things up a bit.
These scandals showcase a level of sleaze and corruption that may hurt Trump in the estimation of voters.
The obligatory ballad on Look What the Cat Dragged In is one of the album’s few tracks that doesn’t revel in joyous sleaze.
The subsequent chapter, which ends in the Nevada prison where Mr. Simpson currently resides, is all entropy, squalor and sleaze.
While there’s unlikely to be much surrounding Trump and possible ties to Vladimir Putin, investigators are likely to dig up a lot of ancillary sleaze.
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Origin and Etymology of sleaze
First Known Use: 1954See Words from the same year
Synonymsskank [slang], sleazebag [slang], sleazeball [slang], slime, slimeball [slang]
Related Wordsslattern, slut, tramp; degenerate, libertine, perv, pervert, reprobate; creep, scumbag [slang], scuzzball [slang]; pettifogger, shyster
Near Antonymshero, heroine, idol, role model; gentleman, lady; angel, saint
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