1. to move in a repellent or seedy manner.
|Punch 30 Dec. 986/2: Other plays, sleazing across the West End boards.|
|‘Sad, Sad, Sad’ [lyrics] And fools aren’t gonna follow / You don’t need to sleaze about.|
2. (US) to acquire in a underhand manner.
|(con. 1968) Reckoning for Kings (1989) 413: He figured Diaz for a wetback; asshole probably joined the fucking Army so he could sleaze a citizenship.|