from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Consisting of or resembling slime; viscous.
- adj. Covered with or exuding slime.
- adj. Vile; foul.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or pertaining to, resembling, of the nature of, covered or daubed with, yielding, abounding in slime; viscous; glutinous.
- adj. friendly in a false, calculating way; underhanded; sneaky.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to slime; resembling slime; of the nature of slime; viscous; glutinous; also, covered or daubed with slime; yielding, or abounding in, slime.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Slime-like; of the nature, appearance, or consistency of slime; soft, moist, ropy, and disagreeably adhesive or viscous: as, the slimy sediment in a drain; the slimy exudation of an eel or a snail.
- Abounding with slime: as, a slimy soil.
- Covered with slime.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. covered with or resembling slime
- adj. morally reprehensible
He was also a member of what we referred to as a slimy little thug by George Stephanopoulos at one point.
I would use him as way to define the term slimy piece of shit
What makes the spot so slimy is that it is accompanied by very ominous music and ends with the words "CALL NICK RAHALL AND TELL HIM TO STAND WITH WEST VIRGINIANS" splashed on the screen.
I thought that the birth of the Uruk-hai in slimy placentas was much more puerile Hollywood than mature Middle-earth.
Indeed, they are more likely to reflect poorly on Democrats for engaging in slimy politics while McGavick is being forthright with voters and talking about the obvious need for change in Washington, DC.
The idea of a nuanced badness, where one can thrive while being slimy, is foreign to them.
His acid tirades -- publicly branding one member of Parliament "a pompous sod" and another "slimy" -- have gotten him ejected from Parliament 10 times.
Water aboard ship was stored for long periods in slimy wooden barrels, so you can see why rum was added to each sailor’s water ration – to kill the rancid taste.
This was just typical mid-term slimy republican tactics.
Of course, Irvin was long before that known as slimy and corrupt.