skeevy


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skeevy

Offensively or unscrupulously repellant, repugnant, or disreputable. The skeevy salesmen kept trying to pressure me into buying the car, even though we both knew it was a hunk of junk. There's some skeevy guy at the bar who keeps hitting on me whenever I go up for a drink.

skeevy

(ˈskivi)
mod. sleazy and disgusting. That butterface sure looks skeevy.
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"Eugene is so sophisticated that it's the only city in the world I know of that's willing to trade open space (park land) for a skeevy real estate development," he wrote.
The relationship between Coretta (seventeen years old) and Karl (forty-something), while innocuous, still seems skeevy. References to past and current entertainers and movies will do little to enhance the enjoyment level of the teenage girl target audience.
From that rather basic premise, the ill-conceived bash builds comic momentum via its haphazard invitees, mostly consisting of Maura and Kate's old high-school classmates--among them John Leguizamo's skeevy alcoholic, Bobby Moynihan's desperately clowning perma-nerd and (by force rather than invitation) Maya Rudolph's hilariously snotty ice queen.
She cites an example from the '90s: "Rainmaker is a Native American teen superhero who was revealed to be bisexual, but the way it was done was pretty skeevy." The scene in question, in a 1993 issue of Gen 13, featured Rainmaker coming out to her friend while rubbing suntan lotion on her naked back.
She said they sounded like skeevy frat boys disguised as hippies.
They're certainly superior to the film's nastiest piece of work, a skeevy San Francisco blogger played by Jude Law who attacks the CDC'S statements and talks of corporate conspiracies, all the while advancing his private agenda.
LEE: Happy with some skeevy low life, I certainly would not...
Let's just hope he's not as dim as Dylan and not as skeevy as that middle-aged jeans salesman she dated," Sarah said, as quoted in Yahoo!