Sleaze-bucket - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
An unpleasant, detestable, repellent person, place, or thing. My last manager was a total sleaze-bucket, always implying that he and I should hook up sometime. The only place in this town you could call a restaurant is a little sleaze-bucket down by the interstate.
n. a repellent person, thing, or place. Gad, what a sleaze-bucket! Let me out of here!
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This engagingly violent comedy-action flick is a dark, bloody and funny romp as a series of wild and varied characters all collide as they seek to get their hands on sleaze-bucket
Given the sleaze-buckets
who populate Westminster, it's almost a relief to cast our gaze across the Atlantic to the sleaze-buckets
on Capitol Hill.
Surrounded by the flotsam and jetsam of Tory sleaze-buckets
, Major struck a resigned figure, urging us all to higher levels of moral and social behaviour: telling us all it was time to get back to basics, consideration for others and accepting responsibility for ourselves and our families.