floozy

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Synonyms for floozy

a vulgar promiscuous woman who flouts propriety

Synonyms for floozy

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Several more gleeful, caustic paintings of the American scene (Coney Island, 1934; Sailors and Floosies 1938; and the series "Aspects of Suburban Life," 1936) only add ed fat to the fire.
1, making Tiger less attractive - especially to floosies.
If I acted in the same shameless ways as some of these young floosies, they'd be carting me off and charging me with flashing.
Like which of his floosies was filthiest, and can you put a good word in for me.
The year 1902 also saw teddy bears, radio aerials, matinee idols and the Middle East enter the English language, along with suitcases, floosies, gladrags, mannequins, pacifism, opinion polls and the words foolproof and garage.
She has spent the last two weeks holed up in their Florida mansion with Tiger, their two kids and eight of his floosies.
Now, they're complete floosies, but they're choosy floosies, and that's where it's all going wrong for men.
Many men are surprised that the general standard of Tiger's floosies is so low, certainly compared to his Swedish model missus (above).
Starring: Holly Valance, Jaime Pressly, Devon Aoki Three martial-arts floosies are lured to a mysterious island to compete in a fighting contest in this lame-brained Enter The Dragon wannabe.