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Sleazy Meaning and Synonyms from 601 Words You Need

Sleazy meaning and definition with synonyms and antonyms used in real context and short passages for advanced learners of English and GRE & SAT candidates with illustrations

/ˈsliː.zi/ (adj)

Sleazy meaning

dirty and unacceptable, corrupt, seedy, sordid, immoral, squalid, unsavory, dishonest, disreputable, shady, untrustworthy, decadent

of poor quality, cheap, flimsy, low-class


“Every methodology you could possibly use to measure urban corruption has its limitations, and is likely to reveal a certain type of corruption that is pertinent to some corrupt and sleazy cities but largely unimportant in others,” adds Timilsina. “How do you compare apples and pears?”

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Antonyms of sleazy

reputable, honest

Parts of speech

Noun: sleaze

Noun: sleaziness

Adverb: sleazily

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