noun floo·zy \ˈflü-zē\

: a usually young woman whose behavior is not morally correct or proper

plural floozies

Full Definition of FLOOZY

:  a usually young woman of loose morals

Variants of FLOOZY

floo·zy or floo·zie \ˈflü-zē\

Examples of FLOOZY

  1. <a floozy who was a familiar figure at barrooms around town>

Origin of FLOOZY

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1911

Related to FLOOZY

bimbo [slang], chippie (also chippy), doxy (also doxie), fancy woman, hoochie [slang], hussy, Jezebel, minx, quean, slut, tramp, trollop, wench, whore, woman of easy virtue

Rhymes with FLOOZY


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