One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The former rages sleazily away, just on the right side of slack-jawed self-parody.’
- ‘The actor is frighteningly vivid as his sleazily insinuating character.’
- ‘But no serving Conservative minister behaved as sleazily as this one has done.’
- ‘Phoenix grinned sleazily and advanced towards me again.’
- ‘I felt heavy, demanding hands on my shoulders, that snaked their way sleazily down my arms.’
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