from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A woman regarded as tawdry or sexually promiscuous.
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- n. Alternative spelling of floozie.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a prostitute who attracts customers by walking the streets
Under the bangs of a Dynel doll wig a "floozy" with nasolabial folds, male facial features and leathery skin mugs for the camera -- coquettish hair bow, mod sunglasses and gaudy plastic jewelry adorning her "look."
Ah ha, maybe "floozy" is the most precise word here!
Regarding κορασιω, I think a more descriptive word, informed by context (such as "floozy," "temptress," etc.) is good so long as we note in the analysis that the word means "girl" or "damsel," and that the translation is due to obvious context.
Under the bangs of a Dynel doll wig a '' floozy '' with nasolabial folds, male facial features and leathery skin mugs for the camera -- coquettish hair bow, mod sunglasses ...
David read the ‘news’ because he was the best spoken of us and the most serious; Sam the jovial sort and a boy, got to read the sports and I was left as the floozy talking about the weather.
Her comments about not being totally happy with it and feeling like a “floozy” are to be expected.
When I got to her floozy apartment, she was sitting at her vanity, perfume bottles and cold cream jars.
The women are of the era when the only serious career offering was a husband and children, and in the novel all of them marry, except for a grammar-school teacher who is unable to find the right man and another woman who ends up a bit of a floozy.
Larita (Biel) is thought to be a floozy by most and is instantly despised by Thomas, though not for the reasons that seem apparent at the beginning.
(And who was surprised when she turned out to be his mom instead of another floozy on the side?)
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