One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a series of deals involving sleazy arms dealers and middlemen’
corrupt, immoral, sordid, unsavoury, unpleasant, disreputable
informal shady, sleazoid, sleazo
2‘a sleazy tenpin bowling alley’
squalid, seedy, seamy, sordid, slummy, insalubrious, unpleasant, unprepossessing, mean, cheap, low-class, run down, down at heel
informal scruffy, scuzzy, tacky, crummy, grungy, ratty
British informal grotty
North American informal skanky
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