Examples of floozy in a Sentence
a floozy who was a familiar figure at barrooms around town
Recent Examples of floozy from the Web
The bright-voiced soprano Stacey Tappan made a delightfully tarty Aveline Mortimer, a vaudeville warbler and part-time floozy who becomes an unwitting accomplice to Cree’s poisoning.
With a reputation for floozy-dom on screen and off, Grahame found a measure of peace with Turner, who was oblivious to her real and big-screen histories.
Conversely, Henry's clingy mother, Tallulah, is a hoary mix of boozy-floozy clichés and contradictions made worse by Paula Malcomson's unsubtle turn.
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Origin and Etymology of floozy
First Known Use: 1911See Words from the same year
FLOOZY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of floozy for English Language Learners
: a usually young woman whose behavior is not morally correct or proper
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