Sleazy

• (a.) Wanting firmness of texture or substance; thin; flimsy; as, sleazy silk or muslin.
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sleazy

adjective of cloth; thin and loosely woven; `the coat has a sleazy lining`
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Sleazy

[Kesha song] The song was later re-released featuring rapper André 3000. The collaboration came about after Kesha sent him a copy of the track in hopes that he would like it; they later spoke on the phone and André agreed to appear on the track. André`s verse speaks about a young child dealing with his deadbeat father and also his friend...
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Sleazy

Slea'zy (slē'zȳ) adjective [ Confer German schleissig worn out, threadbare, from schleissen to slit, split, decay, or English leasy .] Wanting firmness of texture or substance; thin; flimsy; as, sleazy silk or muslin. [ Spelt also slazy .]
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Sleazy

Sleazy is slang for sodid, squalid, shabby, dispreputable.
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sleazy

sleazy, sleazier, sleaziest, sleazily, sleaziness 1. Dirty, disreputable, or sordid in character or appearance. 2. Dishonest or immoral: 'This bar gets some sleazy characters; especially, at night.' 3. Shabby, dirty, and vulgar; tawdry: 'That neighborhood has so many sleazy storefronts with torn carpeting and dirt on the walls'. 4. Dishonest or ...
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sleazy

[adj] - of cloth
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