adjective, blows·i·er, blows·i·est
Origin of blowsy
Examples from the Web for blowsy
He was evidently surprised at being nearly run over by this blustering and blowsy young lady, but beyond that—nothing.
As if I would have given her any money, the impudent, blowsy thing!In Wild Rose Time|Amanda M. Douglas
Before him stood a blowsy but not altogether unprepossessing woman of middle years.The Girl and The Bill|Bannister Merwin
In the attic, ironically secure, hung a cheap German print of blowsy children feeding a pig.The Rough Road|William John Locke
Man alive, wouldst have her like your blowsy wenches here, that lie i' the sun all day?One-Act Plays|Various