sleazoid


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Related to sleazoid: despicable

sleazo

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

sleazoid

1. adjective Unpleasant, detestable, repellent, especially in a lecherous lewd manner. Janet's sleazoid manager has been trying to get into bed with her ever since she signed onto his label. I wouldn't trust a sleazoid liar like her.
2. noun An unpleasant, detestable, repellent person, especially one who makes lecherous advances or lewd remarks; a sleazy person. My last boss was a total sleazoid, always implying that he and I should hook up sometime. There are a couple of sleazoids at the bar eyeing us up.

sleazo

and sleazoid (ˈslizo(ɪd))
mod. low; disreputable; sleazy. Let’s get out of this sleazo joint.

sleazoid

verb
See sleazo

sleazoid

(ˈslizoɪd)
1. n. a sleazy person. Who was that sleazoid I saw you with last night?
2. Go to sleazo.
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Actually, he said, responsibility should be shared by the prosecutor's office, "which seems to apply a universal, irrebuttable presumption that all defense lawyers, without exception, are amoral sleazoids who are beneath contempt."
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