• WordNet 3.6
    • n floozie a prostitute who attracts customers by walking the streets
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In literature:

Every day the Tuileries footmen find your boss under the table between a couple of high society floozies.
"L'Assommoir" by Emile Zola
Ruh-hobbin' th' tax-pay'r f'r' t' buy floozie gowns an' joold bresslets f'r their fancy wives an' such.
"Bunker Bean" by Harry Leon Wilson
If they were girls, he said we ought to call them Flora and Dora, or Annie and Fanny, or maybe Susie and Floozie.
"Anything You Can Do" by Gordon Randall Garrett
A floozie named that stole ninety-five dollars an' four bits an' a gold watch offen me once.
"Paradise Bend" by William Patterson White

In poetry:

A week ago he swung a pick
And sweated in a ditch.
Tonight he's togged up mighty slick,
And fancies himself rich.
With floozies, fine food, bubbly drink
He'll go to hell I think.
"Local Lad" by Robert W Service

In news:

While Secretary of State Hillary Clinton boozes it up in Australia and the Pentagon grapples with more floozy eruptions, outraged military families are still waiting for answers about the forgotten 9/14 attack on Camp Bastion .
Flare The Floozy Invests in Mixtapes.
Sleeping Beauty is Yet Another Floozy Snoozer.
Sleeping Beauty is Yet Another Floozy Snoozer .
For East Bay "flower floozies," Annie's enormous North Richmond nursery is the mother lode.
'Cover'-up over Tiger's flapjack floozy.
Julian Floozies), entertaining with hilarious old-time songs.
Julian Floozies ), entertaining with hilarious old-time songs.
Guess Which ' Overboard ' Floozy Is Rielle Hunter.
Now I realize he was saving himself for every floozy in town.