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Definition of Flossie
1. a floozy [n -S] - See also: floozy
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Literary usage of Flossie
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1. The Sunday at Home: A Family Magazine for Sabbath Reading by Religious Tract Society (Great Britain) (1884)
"What connection there was between the murdered lady and the bell flossie had not ... It was enough for poor flossie, to have heard the foolish story. ..."
2. Annual Report by New Hampshire Railroad Commissioners (1894)
"DEATH OF flossie MAY MAGOON. STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. ... flossie May Magoon, a child two years of age, was run over and fatally injured upon the tracks of ..."
3. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1915)
"The teacher is a mother surrounded by her children. The children are free to move about and are encouraged to think and act for themselves. HOMES flossie ..."
4. Journal by Detroit (Mich.). City Council, Prince Edward Island. Legislative Council (1901)
"Referred to the Committee on Claims and Accounts. BY THE CLERK. Of flossie Tremaine, William Slm- monds, Ellas B. Bell, ..."