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- n. The property of being sleazy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Quality of being sleazy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Sleazy, thin, or flimsy character or quality.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a lack of elegance as a consequence of wearing threadbare or dirty clothing
- n. morally dishonorable
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The links between the top Republicans and their manifold crimes and sleaziness is now coming to the surface.
While not a crime and probably a real turn-on for the guy whose lap is being grinded, there is still a kind of sleaziness associated with lap dancing.
Indeed, some might argue that this kind of "sleaziness" is the pillar of capitalism: Never disclose the size of your profit.
That's the kind of sleaziness that earns you the moniker "genius" in some American media circles.
He is an excellent speaker/debater and shares with Obama the same type of commitment to the middle-class and a lack of "sleaziness" for lack of a better word.
What kind of sleaziness does it take to argue clerical errors should result in canceling the legitimate votes of thousands of citizens?
But this is a certain kind of sleaziness I have a particularly bad response to, because it so often, no matter what decade, gets excused away as harmless, like to find it repugnant makes you an uncool stick in the mud whiner.
No.2, during your resignation speech, which was forced by unbelievable sleaziness, remember, it would be wise not to say to your parents, "I thank you for the values that you instilled in me," as Mr. Weiner did.
If you overlook the sleaziness of Gingrich's personal life, the campaign-to-campaign changes in positions that are the hallmark of Romney's political career, and the hypocrisy of Santorum regarding earmarks and lobbying, and you claim Democratic candidates have some similar foibles, members of the LGBT community should still find it impossible to support a candidate who doesn't minimally believe that our basic rights are inviolable.
Yes, Beaver, I'm doing it i.e., disingenuously engaging in rhetorical sleaziness again, because on Leave it to Beaver, father knows best: "fairness" is necessarily a "utopian vision."