Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See hussy.
“March 14, 2008 at 1:19 pm shud be teh HUGZ not teh HUZ lolz ai no huzzy kitteh”
“This man, apparently so foolishly good-natured, simple, and absent-minded, could guess all the cunning of a prison wag, unmask the astutest street huzzy, and subdue a scoundrel.”
“How the deil suld I ken onything of your bairn, huzzy?”
“When the little huzzy has once made you happy, she will be even more necessary to you than she is at this moment.”
“If my dream job comes a long and that requires us to move, I am sure my huzzy will make the move with me.”
“Ponderingfool, my huzzy can move and he would if I wanted us to.”
““And why not, huzzy?” demanded my cousin, who was less incensed at the affront than I expected.”
“The moment Charity had found her cousin, or any other occupation, Tom would slip away; and in a minute shrill cries would be heard from the dairy, "Charity, Charity, thee lazy huzzy, where bist?" and Tom would break cover, hands and mouth full of curds, and take refuge on the shaky surface of the great muck reservoir in the middle of the yard, disturbing the repose of the great pigs.”
“Vile huzzy, you would seek the favour of my lover.”
“If pretended ailments, without apparent causes, or visible effects, will screen her from work, I shall get no work at all from her; -- for a more lazy, deceitful and impudent huzzy is not to be found in the United States than she is.”
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