[floo-zee] /ˈflu zi/
noun, plural floozies. Slang.
a gaudily dressed, usually immoral woman, especially a prostitute.
noun (pl) -zies, -sies
(slang) a disreputable woman
[1911+; origin uncertain; said to be an alteration of flossy]
[flop] /flɒp/ verb (used without object), flopped, flopping. 1. to fall or plump down suddenly, especially with noise; drop or turn with a sudden bump or thud (sometimes followed by down): The puppy flopped down on the couch. 2. to change suddenly, as from one side or party to another (often followed by over). 3. […]
[flok-suh-naw-suh-nahy-hil-uh-pil-uh-fi-key-shuh n] /ˌflɒk səˌnɔ səˌnaɪ hɪl əˌpɪl ə fɪˈkeɪ ʃən/ noun 1. Rare. the estimation of something as valueless (encountered mainly as an example of one of the longest words in the English language). noun an act or instance of judging something to be worthless or trivial Word Origin the parts of the word each […]
[flok-suh-ley-shuh n] /ˌflɒk səˈleɪ ʃən/ noun, Pathology. 1. a delirious picking of the bedclothes by the patient, as in certain fevers. floccillation floc·cil·la·tion (flŏk’sə-lā’shən) n. An aimless plucking at the bedclothes occurring especially in the delirium of a fever.
[flok] /flɒk/ noun 1. Also, flock. a tuftlike mass, as in a chemical precipitate. verb (used with or without object), flocced, floccing. 2. to amass or collect into flocs. /flɒk/ noun 1. another word for floccule n. 1921, diminutive of flocculus (see flocculate).