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s mor mee

  • s  unpleasantly and excessively suave or ingratiating in manner or speech
    smarmy self-importance

  • All that went into the smarmy, self-satisfied correspondent he created for The Daily Show, which he joined in 1997.
  • All these claims are accurate, or nearly so, and well within the smarmy bounds of political advertising.
  • The smarmy Ben and the self-involved Anna utterly deserve each other.
News & Articles

  • Monsters University Star Nathan Fillion Says "Playing Smarmy Is Pretty Satisfying"
    Nathan Fillon is Monsters University 's resident big man on campus, but when I chatted with Fillion, the actor maintained that his real college persona was far from his animated character's. He also talked about what it's like to have your voice used for someone who's so flawed and smarmy, and how if he could voice any character, he'd pick an animated version of his short-lived series Firefly ...
    June 14, 2013 - PopSugar
  • Six Picks: Our Experts Pick Their Favorites For The Week Of June 14-20
    Richard Cheese He's making fun of something that's been gone so long, we actually miss it. Richard Cheese & Lounge Against the Machine is now your only way to see a smarmy, old-Vegas lounge singer butcher/improve today's pop hits. Cheese croons at 8 p.m.
    June 13, 2013 - Las Vegas Review-Journal

  • Sean Penn in FOX News
    You and your smarmy pundits - and the smarmy pundits you have in your pocket - can take your war and shove it,Penn said, according to the paper. "Let's unite not only in stopping this war, but in holding this administration accountable."
  • Don Randall in The Age
    They just see him as very smarmy, a smarmy sort of oily, snake oil salesman who's trying to do and say anything he can to win an election,Mr Randall said.
  • William Katt in TV Squad (blog)
    I just filmed it last week,Katt says. "I play a really, really wonderful, seedy, smarmy-mouthed reporter that goes after Ali Larter. It was a lot of fun."

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