Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. An old spelling of tuzzy.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Or you can buy a silver bouquet holder (aka a tussy mussy) from a floral supply store

    ScrippsNews

  • As I weed, gingerly avoiding turds, longing for a tussy-mussy to hold to my noses, I wonder at the mess.

    Garden Goddess for Hire

  • We like to use lavender along with other secented flowers and plants when making tussy-mussies.

    tresser - French Word-A-Day

  • A tussy mussy is another option, as is flowers in their hair.

    Weddings Valentine Style

  • Ever since I was a little boy she had talked to me about sex and her tussy, and would tell me to eat potatoes to put lead in my petzel.

    THE EXTRA MAN

  • Biorwik’s powlver and Uliv’s oils, unguents of cuticure, for the swarthy searchall’s face on her, with handewers and groinscrubbers and a carrycam to teaze her tussy out, the brown but combly,

    Finnegans Wake

  • My great-aunt used witch hazel for all ailments, and “tussy” was her odd word for her genitals, though it could have been for the whole area, I’m not sure.

    THE EXTRA MAN

  • And she didn’t know it, of course, but I felt that by her saying panty she had acknowledged her sexuality to me: that underneath her blondness, her sweaters, her intelligence was a woman who was naked in the mornings, who rolled on pantyhose over smooth perfect legs all the way up to her tussy.

    THE EXTRA MAN

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