adjective, frouz·i·er, frouz·i·est.
- froude number,
- froude, james anthony,
- frown on
adjective, frowz·i·er, frowz·i·est.
Origin of frowzy
Examples from the Web for frouzy
The frouzy cotton was visible at other places—peeping through various rents both in jacket and trousers.The Wild Huntress|Mayne Reid
A swarm of naked brats with a frouzy Indian wife set up a howl of woe.The Story of the Trapper|A. C. Laut
I envy his children (I am sure he has a frouzy, ragged brood of them) for they have at least somewhere to sleep.Curiosities of Impecuniosity|H. G. Somerville
frouzy or frowsy
adjective frowzier, frowziest, frouzier, frouziest, frowsier or frowsiest
Word Origin for frowzy
also frowsy, 1680s, possibly related to dialectal frowsty (q.v.).