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glamor puss

A physically attractive woman who is overly concerned with her appearance. Primarily heard in US, Australia. I never was much of a glamor puss in high school. I always preferred wearing jeans and sneakers instead of dresses and high heels.
See also: glamor, puss

picklepuss

1. An exaggerated frown, scowl, or sullen expression (as if reacting to the briny flavor of pickle juice). What's with the picklepuss? We're on vacation—lighten up! The president's famous picklepuss appeared the moment the British Prime Minister began talking about the proposed trade agreement during the conference.
2. Someone who wears such an expression frequently or constantly. We threw a surprise birthday party for Bill, but the picklepuss that he didn't even smile. Don't be such a picklepuss, darling. We're at a party, so stop worrying about work and try to enjoy yourself.

pizza puss

derogatory slang Someone with very bad acne or severe scarring therefrom. Sometimes hyphenated. I was a bit of a pizza puss in high school, but thankfully, my face cleared up in college. A pizza-puss like you will never get a date to the dance!
See also: pizza, puss

crater-face

and pizza-face and pizza-puss and zit-face
n. a person with acne or many acne scars. (Intended as jocular. Rude and derogatory.) I gotta get some kind of medicine for these pimples. I’m getting to be a regular crater-face. I don’t want to end up a zit-face, but I love chocolate!

pizza-puss

verb

glamour puss

n. a person with a beautiful face. I’m no glamour puss, but I’m no dog either.
See also: glamour, puss

picklepuss

n. a person who has a puckered up mouth; a child who is about to cry. She is such a picklepuss. Nothing seems to please her.

puss

(pʊs)
n. the face. I ought to poke you right in the puss!