Sleazy

(of a person or situation) sordid, corrupt, or immoral

  • You may challenge my ethics, call me a sleazy lawyer, but it is best for you
  • This time let’s hope the media don’t go down that sleazy road
  • He loved making a sleazy nightclub atmosphere: an excuse for expensive cigars and a lot of red wine

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Definition from Oxford Dictionaries

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