[ UK /flˈuːzi/ ]
  1. a prostitute who attracts customers by walking the streets
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How To Use floozy In A Sentence

  • You aren't a woman in that shirt, you're a two-bit floozy.
  • I am not a French floozy lured into Armand's little organisation by thoughts of glamour or whatever it is that draws people to that man.
  • The blinding sheet rains back down upon us, laden with soggy trash tossed out by the infidel at the helm and the flame-haired floozy in the Band-Aid bikini sitting next to him.
  • Regarding κορασιω, I think a more descriptive word, informed by context (such as "floozy," "temptress," etc.) is good so long as we note in the analysis that the word means "girl" or "damsel," and that the translation is due to obvious context. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
  • Under the bangs of a Dynel doll wig a "floozy" with nasolabial folds, male facial features and leathery skin mugs for the camera -- coquettish hair bow, mod sunglasses and gaudy plastic jewelry adorning her "look. Do You Suffer from Eyebrow Plucking Disease? Divorce?
  • Receiving an anonymous tip that her husband is fooling around with a floozy named Bridget the woman goes stomping out into the terrified city, bent on revenge.
  • She made her screen debut in 1990 as Verna, a two-bit floozy in the Coen Brothers' Prohibition gangster saga Miller's Crossing.
  • He's busy, or at work, or off with his floozy of the moment.
  • The long scene in which James lies in Josie's arms and confesses his worst sin - that he missed his mother's funeral because he was holed up drunk with a floozy - becomes a stirring act of sexual healing.
  • After 16 years, Hayes says she is still an ‘insatiable plant lover: I think of myself as a flower floozy.’
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