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zooty

[ zoo-tee ]
/ ˈzu ti /
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adjective Slang.

characteristic of a zoot suiter; extreme or flamboyant in style or appearance: a zooty new convertible.

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Origin of zooty

1945–50; zoot (suit) + -y1
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  • I've had four horses down with the 'zooty, and two men laid up with dip'thery.

    Tom Grogan|F. Hopkinson Smith
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