from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A sleazy condition, quality, or appearance: "His record of public service is untouched by any stain of shadiness or sleaze” ( James J. Kilpatrick).
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- n. low moral standards
- n. a person with low moral standards
- n. (the commonest instance of the above) a man who is sexually aggressive or forward with women to the point of disgust
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. tastelessness by virtue of being cheap and vulgar
Tinseltown (warner Bros) is even importing sleaze from the United Kingdom.
Bunning and the rest of the republican sleaze is what was left over …
As I have said before in the BBC's eyes Tory sleaze is a major story and the person implicated must go.
In contrast, Labour sleaze is just not possible and if proved is just inconvenient and any resignation must be accompanied by expressions of regret.
Tory sleaze is of interest to the BBC, Labour sleaze shhhhhh
"Tory splits", like "Tory sleaze" is a serious BBC news story and will be given headline coverage.
I see that the BBC have mover the Peter Hain sleaze story.
The BBC coverage of the Speaker Martin sleaze story
Of course, sleaze is what your party is all about.
However, ongoing revelations of sleaze from the Rezko trial have prompted an increase in the volume of chatter and the degree of certainty that the other shoe is going to drop on Blago sometime soon.
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