floozy

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noun floo·zy \ˈflü-zē\
variants: or

floozie

Definition of floozy

plural

floozies

  1. :  a usually young woman of loose morals

Examples of floozy in a sentence

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

Origin and Etymology of floozy

origin unknown


First Known Use: 1911


FLOOZY Defined for English Language Learners

floozy

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noun floo·zy \ˈflü-zē\

Definition of floozy for English Language Learners

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



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