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slimeball

An offensive, detestable, repellent person, especially one who does unscrupulous or immoral things. My last boss was a total slimeball, making all sorts of shady deals to skim a bit of extra profit for herself. That slime ball defrauded his clients for millions of dollars. They ought to lock him up and throw away the key.

slime bag

and slime bucket and slimebag and slimeball
n. a despicable person, usually a male. (see also slime.) Gee, a slime bag like that in the same room with me! Yuck!
See also: bag, slime

slimeball

verb
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They famously owned neighbouring but connected houses in London, which she described as being very different - she compared hers to a Beatrix Potter classic style, while his was full of skeletons, slime balls and grim decorations.
It's, like, pick up that latest Grosso reissue deck, throw on some 169s and Slime Balls, crank some Gruesome and boom!
From "NFL Has Brady By The Balls" and "Great Balls of Liar" to "Air Heads" and "Slime Balls", the headlines have kept on coming.
"He decorates the tree with dead babies and slime balls and things," says Helena.
Flukes probably adapted to deposit their young in slime balls because the material would protect the organisms from drying out and could serve as a food source until the flukes found their next host.
Don't believe them for one moment, slime balls they are".
Some examples from online message boards: "Jews are greedy, rotten slime balls; [Jews have] infiltrated Wall Street and Government and have ruined our country; they [Jews] love money nothing else, no faith or religion can be so heartless to their victims; and that=92s how they work.
But to these slime balls in shiny suits, they are just another tick on a balance sheet that will get them their bonus, regardless of how many thousands of lives they make more difficult.
It wasn't until I actually tried to buy a house that I realised why estate agents have a reputation as slime balls, it's because they've earned it.
Inside their respiratory chambers, snails make slime balls to aid movement across the fields.
Breaking out of the organs, the parasites now cause the snail to produce fluke-filled slime balls, soon left behind in a slime trail in grass.
Fish, Miss Fowl, and gooey monsters called Slimers, who launch disgusting slime balls at the prisoners.
Children should not be taught that humans are "slime balls," but should learn that they are created in the image of God, he said.
The men in Sex in the City are always impressive to look at, always in touch with their feminine side or otherwise always slime balls.
Mammon has burst open the manholes and allowed the long-tailed slime balls to the surface.