SLEAZE

cheapness, tackiness, tat, sleaze

(noun) tastelessness by virtue of being cheap and vulgar

Source: WordNet® 3.1


Etymology

Noun

sleaze (countable and uncountable, plural sleazes)

(uncountable) Low moral standards.

(informal, countable) A person of low moral standards.

(informal, countable) A man who is sexually aggressive or forward with women to the point of causing disgust.

(informal, uncountable) sleazy material

Verb

sleaze (third-person singular simple present sleazes, present participle sleazing, simple past and past participle sleazed)

To act or progress in a sleazy manner.

To slander.

Anagrams

• leazes

Source: Wiktionary



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