sleazoid


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Related to sleazoid: despicable

sleazo

and sleazoid (ˈslizo(ɪd))
mod. low; disreputable; sleazy. Let’s get out of this sleazo joint.

sleazoid

verb
See sleazo

sleazoid

(ˈslizoɪd)
1. n. a sleazy person. Who was that sleazoid I saw you with last night?
2. Go to sleazo.
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At the premiere of a film based on the earlier murders - starring (to Sidney's horror) Tori Spelling and adapted from a best seller by sleazoid tab TV reporter Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox) - some students actually are killed by a psycho in a mask that looks like the face in Edvard Munch's painting ``The Scream.
When sleazoid TV reporter Gale Weathers (Courteney Cox) shows up towing Cotton Weary (Liev Schreiber) - the man who was wrongly imprisoned for killing Sidney's mother - they exhibit suspicious behavior, too.
Another leading newcomer is thought to be Maureen O'Boyle, the former anchor of the canceled sleazoid magazine "A Current Affair," who is pushing a supposedly serious-minded issue-oriented show.
Sure, there are some sleazoids out there; every field has them, and in our industry they are not confined to the sales side of the fence either.
She continues about stomach-turning Swift boat sleazoids sliming Sen.
It's a sad commentary on the state of promotional writing that some of the punchiest examples are by people you never want to hear from -- like Internet sleazoids.
Thursday night features Dublin's own stylish sleazoids, The Ultra Montanes.
Good news if you don't like sleazoids like Julio Iglesias, left, who boasts he has, so far, bedded 3000 women.
One of the interesting claims made by the English sleazoids was that there were 17 people who were the real movers and shakers in the political system, and if you wanted things done, you had to reach them.