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.
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sleazebag

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

sleez

verb
See sleaze
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