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scuzz someone out

Sl. to nauseate someone. He had this unreal face that almost scuzzed me out! It's not nice to scuzz out people like that, especially when you hardly know them.
See also: out, scuzz

scuz(z)

(skəz)
1. n. filth. What is this scuzz all over the floor?
2. n. a nasty person; an undesirable person; a scraggly person. And this scuzz comes up to me and asks me to dance, and I’m like, “What?”

scuzz someone out

tv. to nauseate someone. It’s not nice to scuzz out people like that, especially when you hardly know them.
See also: out, scuzz
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A seat on the second deck of this open-air bus provides a perspective on the city that residents and visitors alike rarely get -- the architectural flourishes of the Broadway theater district, for example, without the scuzz of street level, and Hollywood Boulevard at eye level with the flashy marquees.
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and Scuzz music channels, as well as being played on Radio 1.
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