sleaze


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Synonyms for sleaze

Synonyms for sleaze

tastelessness by virtue of being cheap and vulgar

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Bahrain is violating Islam with the sale of alcohol and by allowing sleaze in the open," said MP Khalid Al Maloud.
Mr Hamilton, caught up in a sleaze storm back in the 1990s, refused to comment on his demotion.
Raje also claimed there are not two but 151 sleaze CDs involving Bhanwari Devi.
We support scrubbing out sleaze and late-night trouble.
TV serials and shows are full of sleaze, violence and there is nobody to rein them in.
Last night, former sleaze watchdog Sir Alistair Graham branded the Tory fundraising activities "unwise".
Is Labour sleaze now more dirty and despicable than the scandals that helped drive John Major from office?
SLEAZE METER: 8 OUT OF 10 Fighting fraud is just a pretext for "a purely partisan effort, " says Nell Bradley of the ACLU's Voting Rights Project.
SO Mr Nutt believes he has some reasons to condemn Labour for sleaze (Viewpoints, March 5).
It says even less about the average kid's interaction with sleaze, since the Web is rarely experienced as a random sequence of sites.
The Little Red Book of New Labour Sleaze (Politico's Media, 176 pages, [pounds sterling]7.
Some landlords are sleaze and some contractors are sleaze, does anybody have any question about that?
He hit out at Blairites who had 'dishonestly' attacked the Conservatives for sleaze when he was in power.
US Marshal Harry Kincaid has been undercover watching James who is actually the sleaze Darin Ichatious, protected under the Witness Protection Program.
taxpayers have invested heavily to rescue Hollywood from the sleaze and crime that had taken it over.