sleazo


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sleazo

(ˈsliːzəʊ)
n, pl -os
slang US a sleazy person
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sleazo

n (inf: = sleazy person) → schmierige Type (inf)
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Clearly, she intends an alchemical synthesis of voices, tones, textures--in the case of the quoted segment from "The Cities," a synthesis of adult and infantile, worldly and naive; in many poems, she superimposes a formal language over third-rate motel settings, airliners in mid-flight, and sleazo bars so that her rich word-overlays might redeem her troubled subjects.
So is Robert De Niro, who is more like Robert De Sleazo as a thick ex-con.