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A disreputable, disgusting, or despicable person.‘you just want to get me into bed, you sleazebucket’
- ‘She surrenders her virtue to the sleazebucket Wasey at the drop of a petticoat.’
- ‘Every once in a while, you make a good guess, and because of it, you get another sleaze bucket off the streets.’
- ‘You remind me of one of those low-life sleazebuckets.’
- ‘He had finally found some sleaze-bucket lawyer to take the case.’
- ‘Bid this sleazebucket adieu, and try to meet a better class of people.’
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