slimebag


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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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ORDEAL Rebecca told the Record how slimebag Young sent her messages
Now I know he's engaged, I think he's an absolute slimebag.
Now I know he's engaged I think he's an absolute slimebag.
Gary Windass, fresh out of prison and raring to avenge himself on the slimebag who put him behind bars?
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.
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.
In other words a randy old slimebag in need of dental surgery, with a face like a robber's dog and a love of Chelsea.