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
But a kid is never too young to learn how to short a sleazy, poorly managed, overleveraged biotech outfit that claims to be working on an interactive online cure for athlete’s foot.
Stan betrays his wife, Patty (Kate Mara), while making big money working for sleazy Matt Bromley (Van Der Beek).
Madison Street west of the Kennedy was a maleficent mile of burlesques, flop houses and sleazy taverns.
The lush look of silk and satin is typically associated with sleazy shirts, Playboy-indebted smoking robes, and any number of menswear don’ts.
Mayor Kline is a handsome, slick, and sleazy '80s politician who's more concerned with his own image than with the citizens of Hawkins.
The way to understand the sleazy condo deal, the careless use of taxpayer money and all the rest is that these ethical lapses are just symptoms of the main disease.
Kehr Planet of the Vampires Mario Bava's affectingly sleazy but elegantly conceived 1965 genre piece (also known as Demon Planet) puts warm-blooded Barry Sullivan on a seriously anemic planet.
Ben Schreckinger pieces together the whole weird, sleazy weekend to figure out: What the hell happened in Tahoe?
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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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