adjective, frows·i·er, frows·i·est.
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Contemporary Examples of frowsy
But only she can provide the meaningful interruption into the frowsy narrative that has built around her.How Can Katie Holmes Escape Tom Cruise—and ‘Dawson’s Creek’?
October 30, 2014
Historical Examples of frowsy
And what a sea of information is therein under that frowsy dome.The Book of Khalid
For the most part they were heavy, frowsy creatures, slatternly and uncouth.The Golden Woman
He had a most amiable feeling towards it, were it ever so frowsy and undersized and sallow.Mary Gray
She indicated Grandmother by an inclination of her frowsy head.Master of the Vineyard
Presently, Annie, the laundress, put her frowsy head in at the door.Atlantic Narratives