sleaze


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Synonyms for sleaze

tastelessness by virtue of being cheap and vulgar

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There's hardly a state that took the fairytale path of an honest but incompetent/ inexperienced person to end sleaze quickly in order to ignite progress with his/her honesty overcoming the drag of their own incompetence and that of a corrupt, incompetent party.
With the DUP at the centre of several sleaze investigations, remember the wise words of the late David Ervine: "These people are not to be trusted, their interest does not lie in Northern Ireland, their interest is selfinterest."
MP Ali Al Zayed welcomed measures already taken to tackle sleaze, but said alcohol should be outlawed.
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".
The theatrical extravaganza features an election themed cabaret performance from Liverpool artists - Bourgeois Pig sings deliriously about the night he broke the Bank of Monte Carlo; the Politician and his Wife lean on the garden gate of sleaze; hear radical reworkings of classic songs; and Knitting Woman sits at the Needlework Box of Free Speech.
So much for Tony Blair's promise to clean up politics and eliminate the sleaze of the Tory years.
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]7.79, ISBN 1-904-73416-2) is a fascinating book in two ways.