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sleazeball

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

n. a repellent person. Who is that sleazeball with the earring?
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Except now the power of the internet the freedom of anonymity, that strange space where one can directly interact with others but also be removed from real-life action has meant that for every sleazeball sending unsolicited photos of their genitals, there is a recipient that can screenshot it and expose you to the entire world, to the chorus of applause.
More important, why don't the media mention the small-minded sleazeballs who surfaced this tripe for their vengeful purposes?
Or have we really come to such a pass that we have no choice but to populate our police forces with sleazeballs and bigots
Rolling in summer 2005, "Isi+Disi 2" will take sleazeballs Isi and Disi from their headbangers bar in Madrid to Greece, Venice and Rome.
New technology and strict licensing arrangements will make it impossible for crooks and sleazeballs to set up Web sites on the legitimate branches of the Internet, thus freeing parents and employers alike from the need to pay for filters and electronic nannies.
Lowlifes and sleazeballs in high public places good for business?
"Women say they want nice guys, but they go out with sleazeballs," he moans.
But the downside of the bigfoot/gossip merger is that it puts the establishment seal of approval on information that is frequently false and malicious and proffered by sleazeballs. The "eyewitness" accounts of apparently imaginary Secret Service Peeping Toms become "facts" by repetition.
Particularly notable among those playing assorted gunsels, patsies, sleazeballs, wise-asses and loons were Rex McDowell as a mad Armenian hit-man, Robert Wright and David Pichette (poisonous lizard and rabid pekinese, respective) as businessman trafficking in non-standard merchandise, and David Mong as the mysterious Babcock, Ray's sunnily implacable doom.
In the Plenty of Fish (oh, the irony) dating age, where sleazeballs like Holpin can talk someone into bed from behind a computer keyboard, we need relationship education just as much as sex education.
That surely has to be better than having your strings pulled by a pair of sleazeballs like Hugh Grant and Max Mosley, who seem to be currently dictating policy to the Labour Party re press laws and who last week threatened to expose Labour as traitors (to the electorate) if they dared back Cameron's Royal Charter (which of course they didn't).
Fresh corruption allegations against football's governing body FIFA attracted wide coverage in British media Wednesday, with reports branding officials "sleazeballs" and "rotten to the core."
Nary a single one of the sub prime sleazeballs has had the decency to resign.
This is a nation that is so morally bankrupt, so devoid of common decency, that it can apparently see nothing at all wrong with having as President a man who is one of the most obnoxious sleazeballs on Earth.
Gina Gershon and Elizabeth Berkeley gave the sleazeballs of Las Vegas a run for their money in the underrated satire Showgirls.