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scuzzy

1. Dirty or grimy. Between the scuzzy sink and the smelly sheets, this has to be the most disgusting hotel room I've ever stayed in. We were all pretty scuzzy by the end of our camping trip.
2. Contemptible, despicable, sleazy, or disreputable. I don't want some scuzzy politician dictating how to live my life! It just seems like kind of a scuzzy thing to do to our longtime customers.
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scuzzy

(ˈskəzi)
mod. repellent; unkempt. His clothes are always so scuzzy. He probably keeps them in a pile in his room.
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