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  1. sleaze
    IPA[slēz]
  2. noun

    • 1. immoral, sordid, and corrupt behavior or material, especially in business or politics:

      political campaigns that are long on sleaze and short on substance
    • 2. a sordid, corrupt, or immoral person:

      having failed as a leading man, he triumphs as a sleaze

    verb

    • 1. behave in an immoral, corrupt, or sordid way:

      you're the last person who has to sleaze around bars
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: sleaze, plural noun: sleazes

    • v.: verb: sleaze, 3rd person present: sleazes, gerund or present participle: sleazing, past tense: sleazed, past participle: sleazed

    • noun

      immoral, sordid, and corrupt behaviour or activities:

      a sordid, corrupt, or immoral person:

    • verb

      behave in an immoral, corrupt, or sordid way:
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