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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsleazyslea‧zy /ˈsliːzi/ adjective (comparative sleazier, superlative sleaziest)  1 CHEAPa sleazy place is dirty, cheap, or in bad condition a sleazy bar2 BAD BEHAVIOUR OR ACTIONSrelating to sex or dishonest behaviour – used to show disapproval a sleazy lawyersleaziness noun [uncountable]
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sleazyThe bar was cheap and sleazy.As the ex-husband, Patrick is wonderfully sleazy.She would worry that Kelly was becoming involved in the sleazy aftermath of her father's death.The First Couple looks sleazy and careless but not necessarily sinister.This house was the very embodiment of sleazy discomfort.sleazy drug smugglerssleazy porn moviesThe two actually meet when the up-and-coming star comes to Houston for a gig at a slightly sleazy roadhouse.Also contributing to the turmoil recently has been growing criticism that the talk shows focus on sleazy topics.
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