adjective, floss·i·er, floss·i·est.
Related formsfloss·i·ly, adverbfloss·i·ness, nounun·floss·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for flossy
In her, Flossy was much interested, and had been often to see her.
Yes, Flossy certainly wanted to belong to that Sunday-school; more than that, she wanted to belong to that class.
Did it not mean, as a matter of fact, that Flossy had been mistaken, and that Enid was not in the least in love with him?A Life Sentence|Adeline Sergeant
As for Flossy, if he had made that promise of which Uncle Ruthven spoke, he certainly did not keep it.Bessie among the Mountains|Joanna H. Mathews
It glowed brightly, and the room was warm and bright, yet to Flossy there was a sense of chill in everything.