Definition of 'blowsy'
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The blowsy barmaid looked me up and down as she poured my drink. DEAD BEAT (2002)Her voice was soft as though unsure, but I knew that once she was sure, about whatever, she would be what my mother calls blowsy. THE MANANA MAN (2002)She had come, a blowsy young woman of his own age, with soft lazy eyes and a fierce tongue. DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (2002)
On the dining room table was a vase and in it, a handful of blowsy but still gorgeous roses. MIDDLE AGE: A ROMANCE (2002)
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Definition of blowsy from the Collins English Dictionary
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