Definition of sleazoid in English:

sleazoid

(also sleazo)

adjective

US
informal
  • Sleazy, sordid, or despicable.

    ‘a sleazoid lawyer’
    • ‘Well, why on earth wouldn't she crave the attentions of her presumably 40-something sleazoid neighbour?’
    • ‘In this sleazoid farce where characters cackle like horrific hens in a sexual slaughterhouse, individuals coexist in insular states of self-absorbed eccentricity.’
    • ‘In a genre overrun by sleazo cheapies, he is the best technician and the only artist.’
    • ‘This is one example of shocking sleazoid cinema that has something profound to say about its subject, and it's the overall benchmark set by this film.’
    • ‘I know of a sleazy tabloid reporter whose girlfriend dumped him (due in no small part to the fact that he was a sleazoid reporter).’
    • ‘Believe it or not, Judge Bill Gibron actually thinks that this sleazoid slice of excruciating exploitation is one of the best Italian horror movies of all time.’
    • ‘I especially enjoyed the comic bit where the sleazoid Sayer confronts Viktor with an obviously senile old woman whom he purports to be Simone's abandoned mother.’
    improper, sordid, unseemly, unsavoury, sleazy, seedy, seamy, shoddy, vile, foul, tawdry, louche, cheap, base, low, low-minded, nasty, debased, degenerate, depraved, corrupt, dishonest, dishonourable, disreputable, despicable, discreditable, disgraceful, contemptible, ignominious, ignoble, shameful, wretched, abhorrent, odious, abominable, disgusting
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noun

US
informal
  • A sleazy, sordid, or despicable person.

    ‘they're not the drug-crazed sleazoids they're often thought to be’
    • ‘I let her help me write the ad, making use of every allotted square, so random sleazos weren't immediately aware that they were writing to a beast.’
    • ‘It's the sleazy record label industry after all, and all the sleazoids you have to deal with who work at them,’ says Buzz.’
    • ‘No doubt a couple of sleazoids will appear, maybe even a saboteur.’
    • ‘As one sleazoid says to another at one point, ‘This country was built on innovation, so start innovating!’’
    • ‘Hoffman plays a sleazoid here, in a film that is so far beneath him it's a miracle he's in it.’

Pronunciation

sleazoid

/ˈsliːzɔɪd/