adjective, frowz·i·er, frowz·i·est.
Words nearby frowzy
Origin of frowzy
OTHER WORDS FROM frowzyfrowz·i·ly, adverbfrowz·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for frowzy
She had pinned a cap in hot haste on her frowzy head of red hair, and was struggling to tie an apron as she opened the door.
By day the streets are a depression, with their frowzy doss-houses and their vapor-baths.Modern Essays|John Macy
The frowzy woman with the bleached hair happened to come in at that moment; or had she been spying through a crack of the door?The Dop Doctor|Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
No gentle blood in him, no hospitality, not even pleasant language, nor a good new oath in his frowzy pate!
Other short and frowzy alleys run against the soiled chalk, and end there with a whimsical abruptness.The Dover Road|Charles G. Harper