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n. Slang
A sleazy person.


(ˈsliːzˌbɔːl) or


slang an odious and contemptible person
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Yes, we know that some past behaviour was wrong and those sleazeballs need to be named and shamed.
Women are being snowflaky, too quick to take offence, or should just kick these sleazeballs in the balls, come the familiar refrains.
Of course, it is possible that sleazeballs can slip past the JBC's scrutiny and manage to worm their way into the highest court of the land; but, as former chief justice Artemio Panganiban spoke from his own experience in that Court ('SC stood tall in crucial cases,' Opinion, 1/29/17), most will, by and large, resist the temptation to betray their 'oaths to render justice though the heavens fall Fiat justitia ruat caelum.
Some rich and famous people are lying, cheating sleazeballs.
Why should they care what happens to the families of these sleazeballs when the adulterers clearly don't?
HAVING being pushed, squashed and squeezed by ignorant sweaty men at one of the F1 nightspot parties I would like to state to these sleazeballs that girls just want to dance and have fun .
Is no one aware of how the papers would latch on to such a bevy of sleazeballs and spivs as they are allowed in to consort with the great and the good of the Tory stratosphere?
But the millionaire sleazeballs, most of whom are married or with partners were horrified when they were exposed of their scam.
At first, Rourke's determination to play sleazeballs rather than likable heroes was admired as a brave, even brilliant artistic strategy.
More important, why don't the media mention the small-minded sleazeballs who surfaced this tripe for their vengeful purposes?
Robert, sings "I Am the Walrus"; Joe Cocker is perfectly cast as three different sleazeballs growling out "Come Together.
Or have we really come to such a pass that we have no choice but to populate our police forces with sleazeballs and bigots