noun \ˈblüz\

Definition of blooze


  1. :  blues 2; especially :  blues as performed by white rock musicians … the brutish white blooze of the early '70s … — David Fricke, Rolling Stone, 2 June 1994 Shepherd's readings of Dylan and Hendrix are energetic enough, but his originals are standard-issue blooze rock … — Marc Weingarten, Entertainment Weekly, 28 Nov. 1997

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Origin and Etymology of blooze

by respelling

First Known Use: 1972

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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