slimebag


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slimebag

An offensive, detestable, repellent person, especially one who does unscrupulous or immoral things. My last boss was a total slimebag, making all sorts of shady deals to skim a bit of extra profit for herself. That slime bag defrauded his clients for millions of dollars. They ought to lock him up and throw away the key.

slime bag

and slime bucket and slimebag and slimeball
n. a despicable person, usually a male. (see also slime.) Gee, a slime bag like that in the same room with me! Yuck!
See also: bag, slime

slimebag

verb
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It demands the slimebag who kicks a ball, not the slimebag who passes our laws, should be thrown on the dole.
All good clean fun then for the pair variously described as "zany", "slapstick", "madcap" and - at least by Sally Williams, the recipient of Barry's e-mails, "a slimebag and a sleaze ball who could have wrecked my life".
They're wondering - not unreasonably - how you'd cope if you encountered not one slimebag but a gang of them, while on your own.
Gary Windass, fresh out of prison and raring to avenge himself on the slimebag who put him behind bars?
In the bout between Iago the dastardly and Othello the jealous, we should never ever root for the slimebag, but - even with the outcome preordained - we long for something resembling a fair match.
From his performance as a German megalomaniac terrorist in Die Hard to his memorable role as the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves, Alan Rickman has perfected the art of the evil slimebag.