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She wore wooden sabots on her feet, and upon her body a tattered, sleazy black frock.
THE GLORY OF THE COMINGIRVIN S. COBB
Finally he gave them up too, and one morning came to work wearing a flimsy, sleazy, negligee shirt.
THE ESCAPE OF MR. TRIMMIRVIN S. COBB
It was a thin, tattered, dried-fish-like thing; printed with blurred ink upon mean, sleazy paper.
PIERRE; OR THE AMBIGUITIESHERMAN MELVILLE
It was brief, occupying only about four pages of the small, sleazy note paper that we bought in those days of the sutlers.
THE STORY OF A COMMON SOLDIER OF ARMY LIFE IN THE CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865LEANDER STILLWELL
Joe watched his narrow, bent shoulders under the sleazy shirt.
STUBBLEGEORGE LOOMS
“Oh yes, dating younger people is so sleazy,” Lester said with a chuckle.
MAKERSCORY DOCTOROW
The shapeless, sleazy black garments that she wore effectually concealed any remnant of grace that might yet abide in her body.
OLD JUDGE PRIESTIRVIN S. COBB
The splendors of Elizabethan literature have often blinded criticism to the more sleazy aspects of the problem.
HOW TO SEE A PLAYRICHARD BURTON
Next to her was an old woman in a sleazy black dress with a turban-like hat all swathed with a long black veil hemmed with black.
STUBBLEGEORGE LOOMS
He encountered a sleazy justicary who stitched up shady deals in the back rooms of cafs.
TARTARIN DE TARASCONALPHONSE DAUDET
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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