Examples of sleazy in a Sentence
a dancer in a sleazy outfit
a sleazy lothario who is always on the make
Recent Examples of sleazy from the Web
First up was Drake: The emotional crooner known for his sleazy-chic style sported a monogram denim jacket, appropriately accessorized with a large wine glass.
The GOP should condemn Don Jr.’s actions because those actions were sleazy and dumb.
British editor Ben Cobb, the king of sleazy chic, and his colleague Luke Jefferson Day both made the case for the sexy styling trick over the weekend in twinning décolletage-revealing shirts.
The sleazy tactics raised questions about management oversight and exposed the sometimes-cozy relationship between his media outlets and the government.
In truth, his skeptical Hollywood boss (Doug Mancheski, who doubles as a sleazy Door County realtor) is unsure Wisconsin can deliver what his movie stars want: modern amenities and a vibrant nightlife.
Jimmy becomes Saul, the sleazy legal accomplice to Walter White’s drug empire.
The movie, astonishingly enough, also has a scene in which the sleaziest driver (Larry Hagman) attempts sex with an unconscious coed who has overdosed on Seconal.
Nobody lied about it, or sank it with a poison pill, or hired sleazy lobbyists to stop it from becoming law.
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Origin and Etymology of sleazy
First Known Use: circa 1645See Words from the same year
SLEAZY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sleazy for English Language Learners
: dishonest or immoral
: dirty and in bad condition from being neglected
: not decent or socially respectable
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