- s of cloth; thin and loosely woven
the coat has a sleazy lining
- s of very poor quality; flimsy
- s morally degraded
sleazy characters hanging around casinos
sleazy storefronts with...dirt on the walls"- Seattle Weekly
- A good place to start the campaign might be Club Y, a sleazy haunt that Filipinas working on the strip call "a bad bar.
- McCain's lies have ranged from the annoying to the sleazy, and the problem is in both degree and kind.
- Bribes flowed like beerEveryone wanted to help the new owners of the Mirage bar, a sleazy little tavern on Chicago's Near North Side.
- Mitch Mitchell in USA Today
In an interview last month with the Boston Herald, Mitchell said he met Hendrix "in this sleazy little club."
- Nick Clegg in Times Online
Nick Clegg, the Lib Dem leader, described the behaviour of Mr Byers and others caught up in the undercover inquiry as "very, very sleazy".
- Ron Goldman in Forbes
A Goldman attorney, meanwhile, said Goldman's father, Fred, wants the rights to the material to ensure that all copies are destroyed and that News Corp. doesn't sell the rights to "some sleazy cable pay-per-view operation or video site."