frowzy frowzy


  • (adj) negligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt



  1. Said Marilyn Batey, 32, chairman of the local stewardesses' union: ''They say you get frumpy and frowzy.
  2. Because nature often takes a bad picture, TV cameramen have learned a few tricks to titivate nature's frowzy face.
  3. They did witness aesthetically frowzy fashions and square architecture and the early stirrings of a new sensibility.
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