- floozie (n.) also floozy, "woman of disreputable character," 1902, perhaps a variation of flossy "fancy, frilly" (1890s slang), with the notion of "fluffiness."
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floozie — [“fluzi] n. a promiscuous woman. □ Tracy was enraged when Rocko called her a floozie. □ “I didn’t call you a floozie,” said Rocko. “I said you were boozy.” … Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions
floozie — n A woman of loose morals Juan Carlos came to the party with some floozie he picked up at a bar. 1910s … Historical dictionary of American slang
floozie — Young woman (usu. rather blowzy). Girl friend. Also floozie … A concise dictionary of English slang
floozie — A word of unknown origin, used in American slang to refer to a prostitute. You floozie’ is used to such a woman in The Late Risers, by Bernard Wolfe, the term being equated by the speaker with ‘slut’ … A dictionary of epithets and terms of address
floozie — noun see floozy … New Collegiate Dictionary
floozie — noun a) a vulgar or sexually promiscuous woman; a hussy or slattern b) a prostitute who attracts customers by walking the streets … Wiktionary
Floozie — (n.) (derogatory) 1. woman or man who has sex casually; 2. woman or man who flirts openly (originally US slang (1900s) for a prostitute; probably from flossie young woman ) … Dictionary of Australian slang
floozie — Australian Slang n (derogatory) 1. woman or man who has sex casually; 2. woman or man who flirts openly (originally US slang (1900s) for a prostitute; probably from flossie young woman ) … English dialects glossary
floozie — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun See floozy … English dictionary for students
floozie — flooÂ·zie || fluËzÉª n. (Slang) woman with a bad reputation, immoral woman, prositute (also floosie, floozy) … English contemporary dictionary