adj. Fine, upstanding, decent, and pure--with little to no sleaze factor.
Real citation: "The company now has a chance to attract more big-time, blue-chip, non-sleazoid marketing organizations. I'll bet some PayPerPost honchos are shaking in their boots right now, but I really believe they'll earn more by taking the high road."
(Dec. 20, 2006, http://robertrosenthal.typepad.com/blog/2006/12/this_blog_entry.html#trackback)
Made-up citation: "In video stores, 'Sleazoid or non-sleazoid?' is as essential a question as 'Paper or plastic?' and 'Soup or salad?'"