lousy with

lousy with someone or something

Inf. having lots of someone or something. (Like an infestation of lice.) Old Mr. Wilson is lousy with money. Tiffany is lousy with jewels and furs, but she's got bad teeth.
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lousy with

Abundantly supplied, as in He's lousy with money. Like louse up, this expression alludes to being infested with lice. [First half of 1800s]
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References in classic literature ?
And I must say, sir," he went on easily, though saying what he would not have said had it not been for what he was almost certain he sensed of the ancient's anxiousness, "that the South Seas is just naturally lousy with buried treasure.
In a year that's been lousy with, well, lousy remakes, how ``Kong'' does end up commercially is a very big, $200 million-plus question.
There are so many fish in the area -- it's lousy with fish," Hill said.
When the machete-wielding superpsycho wakes up to discover that, after nearly half a millennium of evolution, the human race is still lousy with promiscuous young people who can't act, he goes on a rampage.