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sleazebag

n. a repellent person or place. I won’t go into a sleazebag like that.
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Below is the top ten list of GQ's Biggest Sleazebags in Sports:
After all, it's not his fault that the people who wanted to use his debonair locker-room charm to plunge the country into moral inanity and fiscal degeneracy turned out to be a bunch of lying sleazebags and self-righteous polecats.
Originally riding an adulatory wave, Taubes complained bitterly to the weekly New York Observer in November that he was "being attacked by sleazebags.
and I've played a lot of sleazebags,'' Caine acknowledges.
Likewise, a host of other wealthy celebrity sleazebags have been able to trade in their mistresses and wives as soon as the shine wore off.
11) FSU athletic director Bob Goin cast the athletes and the university as victims of "`the sleazebags who filter onto our campus.
So in the end, the Justice Department was forced to rely on the bartered testimony of certified sleazebags like Lehder.
There are some sleazebags in politics, and these guys are going to fall right in that bracket.
They think they are members of the England football squad but in truth they are a bunch of sleazebags getting drunk in clubs.
The lines are so corny I suspect they've all been to the same school for sleazebags.
The real satisfaction is putting the sleazebags in jail.
In Old Town it's always night-time and the sin is palpable - it belongs to the sleazebags, weirdos and call girls.
The victim - we are calling her Miss X to protect her identity - blasted ITV for using its sordid docu-soap to glamourising the two sleazebags for preying on female holidaymakers.
You know, you do the best you can with it, and if my casting Denise Richards as a nuclear scientist makes some sleazebags laugh, then fine,'' the director says a bit testily.