- n morally dishonorable
an embarrassing sleaziness that I hope will be corrected by the more ethical newspapers
- n a lack of elegance as a consequence of wearing threadbare or dirty clothing
- Most of the cartoon characters who originated in print ended up in serials and B pictures, which had, at least, a sleaziness that nicely matched the tackiness of newsprint.
- For her, anything jerk involves "sleaziness, out of control materialism, upward striving, tension, financial problems, selfishness and misery.
- Few shows have achieved its exquisite combination of sleaziness (Coca-Cola moment, anyone?) and uplift, as Texas belter Kelly Clarkson moved us with A Moment Like This, a pop anthem .
News & Articles
- Tax dollars for private school tuition gain in states
Opponents called it a “bombshell” and “sleaziness.” Backers said it was “historic” and would free low-income students from failing public schools. Hyperbole aside, the Alabama Legislature’s last-minute move to create a $3,500 state tax credit for private school tuition is emblematic of a growing movement in the states.
Aug. 6, 2013 - The Oakland Press
- Sexy and smooth, Thicke's songs are a turn-on
The same qualities that made Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines the single the sexy hit of summer — retro-soul grooves and a playful sleaziness — are in full display on Blurred Lines the album.
Aug. 1, 2013 - The Star Press
- Charles Gibson in FOXNews
I don't even know about it,Gibson said, laughing. "So you've got me at a loss. ...... But my goodness, if it's got everything, including sleaziness in it, we should talk about it in the morning."