floozy floozy


  • (n) a prostitute who attracts customers by walking the streets


  1. But Chicago, the 1975 musical about a '20s nightclub floozy who becomes a celebrity after shooting her lover, doesn't really fall into that category.
  2. Killer's Kiss came next, a story about a pug and a floozy; financed by some friends of the family, it thudded even louder than its predecessor.
  3. The boss's son was an ugly customer, and he had just married a floozy who kept him at a white heat of suspicion.


  • That '70s Show Star Lisa Robin Kelly Arrested for DUI

    Lisa Robin Kelly has found herself in familiar territory. The actress, who played Topher Grace's floozy sister on That '70s Show, was arrested again last night, this time for...
    on June 24, 2013     Source: E! Online


  1. "That's my USP and why should I shy away from it? Even if I tried to be a floozy, I'd be a disaster. Even when I played a radio-jockey in Raj Kumar Hirani's film, I wore kurtas, skirts and other desi accessories. I'm not like a hip radio-jockey from...
    on Nov 14, 2007 By: Vidya Balan Source: Sify

  2. "It's eight months later, and Tyra feels like this guy is following her, and he is," Palicki said. "The poor girl, she finally gets out of her rut of feeling like the town floozy, and she's getting her bearings ...... and then she's thrown...
    on Jul 20, 2007 By: Adrianne Palicki Source: PopMatters

  3. Echoing my initial scoop, Lynch says the SNL vet plays "this floozy alcoholic [named] Brenda Castle who got kicked out of her old school district for being inappropriate with her students. She's teaching at our school now. Of course, we hired her....
    on Mar 17, 2010 By: Jane Lynch Source: Entertainment Weekly

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