schleppy

schleppy

(ˈʃlɛpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
1. dingy, shabby, or run down
2. awkward or slow
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His "Self-Portrait" (2010), naively simple yet executed with equanimity, portrays a naked, smoking, hairy-nippled, knock-kneed, schleppy Abelow with a floppy penis (in other portraits his penis suggests an elephant's trunk), and inflated, twisting arms and hands that stress his role as artist.
The schleppy Toby (Paul Giamatti) sets out to redeem his loserly life by lensing today's high-school student and the traumatic college admissions process.
For those who only know Jason Alexander as the schleppy character in TV's ``Seinfeld,'' take note.
11 Indiana's Bloor Schleppy supplied most non-union printers during the newspaper strikes of the 1950s and 1960s.
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When schleppy loser Simon (Michel Muller) realizes Porel's latest edifice was stolen from his own student project, he confronts Porel, who creams him with his car.