sleazebag

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sleazebag

An unpleasant, detestable, repellent person, especially one who makes lecherous advances or lewd remarks. My last manager was a total sleazebag, always implying that he and I should hook up sometime. There are a couple of sleazebags at the bar eyeing us up.

sleazebag

n. a repellent person or place. I won’t go into a sleazebag like that.

sleez

verb
See sleaze
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In wake of the Ferns Report I think this filth is the pits - drunken sleaze-bags, fuelled on booze, ogling naked women.
Where the film veers off the rails is in revelations regarding the true properties of the black diamonds, demonstrated by Ling with the aid of a laser oscillator before an ethnically mixed bunch of upscale sleaze-bags identified as the world's foremost arms dealers.
Yet he has personally pledged there will be no hiding place in the Labour Party for sleaze-bags.
THERE must be no hiding place for the sleaze-bags who peddle drugs in Scotland.
Father-and-son sleaze-bags Roddy McLean, senior and junior, built up a multi- million pound empire.