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shyster

(ˈʃɑɪstɚ)
n. an unethical or unscrupulous lawyer. (Also a rude term of address.) Look, you cheap shyster, I paid you to help me, not ruin me!
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We were about halfway around the course when The Shyster came walking up behind us with a weed cater in his hands.
Alan Kelly, aged 37, of Leaf Lane, Styvechale, Coventry, who works as a part-time shop assistant, joined Shysters from the day it began.
The Shysters is a pioneering group of city performers with learning disabilities and their shows are in demand across the region.
From the November issue: Real estate brokers are often stereotyped as shysters and double-dealers.
The former Chelsea supremo branded that club "a bunch of shysters from Siberia", which the London club slammed as a racial slur.
They should go after the government because these poor imbeciles who are being led by the shysters never learned how to read or comprehend in the schools where they were taught.
A queue outside the venue would sort out those shysters from London, sitting at their computers and making a fortune at our expense.
A few years back there were some shysters in the business.
Now the shysters are selling pills that are supposed to remove fat from the abdomen.
Until the seniors themselves are more able to assert their political rights and to more clearly define their market needs, they will continue to be the target of shysters and rip-off artists and be manipulated by the bureaucrats of their own government.
The number far exceeds that of the few showboats who hog headlines filing frivolous suits or the shysters who use the law for their own benefit.
In order to disavow the truth of their message, Camp ridiculed the two evangelists and portrayed them as greedy TV shysters.
Coleman's social history cites a litany of those who have not kept the Faith - "the tricksters, shysters and pseudointellectuals, of all colors and creed.
Bureaucrats resist such amateur interference," but other, wiser administrators welcome the support of concerned citizens in the public's perennial battles with shysters, thieves, and political appointees who would make personal fortunes from the nation's common wealth.
Delahoy from Edinburgh about rising prices, the only way these shysters who run the country will listen to us is when we get up off our knees and go ahead with a campaign of mass civil disobedience.