scuzzy

[ skuhz-ee ]
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adjective,scuzz·i·er, scuzz·i·est.Slang.
  1. dirty, grimy, sordid, or repulsive; disgusting.

Origin of scuzzy

1
First recorded in 1965–70; expressive coinage; compare similar phonetic components of scum, fuzzy, lousy, sleazy

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scuzzy

/ (ˈskʌzɪ) /


adjective-zier or -ziest
  1. slang, mainly US unkempt, dirty, or squalid

Origin of scuzzy

1
C20: perhaps from disgusting or perhaps from a blend of scum and fuzz

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