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floozy

slang A derogatory term for a woman regarded as promiscuous. Beth can go on as many dates as she wants—stop calling her a floozy.

floozie

(ˈfluzi)
n. a promiscuous woman. Britney was enraged when Rocko called her a floozie.
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Meanwhile, the floozy fantasizes about unfolding giant cloth wings to reveal her corpulent body to a cheering, leering audience as money and jewelry rain down from above.
Donna Griffin, as American floozy Suzanne, along with Mick Ives and David Draper as the dodgy dealing Sagot and Schmendiman catch the eye, in particular.
Dressing like a floozy tells the world: "Look at me, want me, lust after me.
I walked into the front room and there he was, arm and arm with some floozy, splashing booze all over the place and blowing up fireworks in his hands.
A flower-store, floozy woman who wore bruiselike eye shadow and who wanted to tape big pink sateen bows over finger smudges on the wood.
As an added spin, The Prince is seen to fall for an unsuitable Fergie-style floozy, and there are enough allusions to the House of Windsor to keep Royal watchers mightily amused.
Floozy Festive Hot off his sell-out hit show at the Edinburgh Festival, former River City star Gary Lamont is back to serve you a very camp Christmas.
"HERE in Marbs, you have to keep your wits about you," warns local bar floozy Suzy without a hint of irony in the opening credits of Life on Marbs.
Continue to Victoria Square with The Iron Man on your left and the Floozy in the Jacuzzi.
The gossip flies round the school and suddenly Olive is a floozy, branded an "abominable tramp" by the righteous religious group led by Marianne (Bynes).
Since no one seems to believe her innocence, she decides to keep up her "floozy faade" and creates a new persona.
Two battling brothers who both fell for the coquettish charms of a tempestuous floozy dressed in red.
They could floozy the can-can from Moulin Rogue, Performing Saturday Night Fever, A la Tea Cakes and Fancies, And the Scouse Flamenco ...
Hard-done-by Joyce was miffed because husband Tom - that's Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby to you - was being eyed up by a village floozy. Over muffins at the Causton Society for the Preservation of Cadavers in a Rural Setting, or some such, the ladies were having an in-depth discussion on who they'd like to be stuck with.
The ex-model from Washington was portrayed as a money-grabbing floozy who only dated Paul McCartney for his cash.