Unsurprisingly, our oleaginous Prime Minister, after striving to weaken protection for British workers on his last Euro-adventure, is in the vanguard of this movement.
Around 140 people are milling around in the foyer before being led into the conference room where lights, music, videos and an oleaginous Master of Ceremonies kick things off.
Every conversation was interrupted with oleaginous humility and victim-like whining.
In the space of a few short months, humanity has roused itself from the recurring nightmare of history - of bulldozer violence forever powered by oleaginous lies - and has flung open the curtains to let in the light.
Evidently aware that namedropping is so Nineties, the oleaginous journalist has mastered the millennial equivalent - place-dropping.
I'm just telling you who the guy is - there's no reason why you should conclude that he is an oleaginous ex-autocrat who works for the interests of Western capital.
As a result, the guitar and organ solos are so greasy, they don't so much adorn the groove as drip from it, one oleaginous note at a time.
Some of his more recent panegyrics to the ‘British dream’ emerge curdled and oleaginous .
The egg was like no egg I have ever seen: it had the appearance of a oleaginous floppy styrofoam sheet folded twice over into a perfect square.
Perry is an architect who is bidding for a contract with an oleaginous millionaire.