slimebag: ''I think he's a slime,'' Louise Hartley said(1950s+)
Denigrate harshly and often falsely; smear: James Earl Jones gets slimed(1990s+)
To speak in an unctuous and cajoling way: ''May I personally take your order, Mr Goodman,'' he slimed(1990s+)
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Idioms and Phrases with slim pickings
A small amount left after others have taken a share. For example, After each of the children took what they wanted of Mother's things, it was slim pickings for the rest of the family. This expression alludes to animals devouring a carcass.
[ Early 1600s