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fozy

[ foh-zee, foz-ee ]
/ ˈfoʊ zi, ˈfɒz i /
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adjective, fo·zi·er, fo·zi·est.Chiefly Scot.

spongy; loose-textured.
(of a vegetable or fruit) overripe.
(of a person) fat; flabby.
Informal. dull-witted; stupid; fatheaded.

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Origin of fozy

1815–25; compare Dutch voos spongy, Low German fussig

OTHER WORDS FROM fozy

fo·zi·ness, noun

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