Definition of Huzzy

1. hussy [n HUZZIES] - See also: hussy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Huzzy

huzoor
huzoors
huzz
huzza
huzzaed
huzzah
huzzahed
huzzahing
huzzahs
huzzaing
huzzas
huzzed
huzzes
huzzies
huzzing
huzzy (current term)
hwacha
hwachas
hwair
hwairs
hwamei
hwan
hwk
hwy.
hwyl
hwyls
hxc
hyacine
hyacines
hyacinth

Literary usage of Huzzy

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1. Westmoreland and Cumberland Dialects: Dialogues, Poems, Songs, and Ballads by John Russell Smith (1839)
"... huzzy, young Nan, 's a tall feyne ... Just think what a huzzy, when talkin' she'll sweer, Ay glory in nonsense, ..."

2. Westmoreland and Cumberland Dialects: Dialogues, Poems, Songs, and Ballads by John Russell Smith (1839)
"... huzzy, young Nan, 's a tall feyne ... Just think what a huzzy, when talkin" she'll sweer, Ay glory in nonsense, ..."

3. Facts and Falsehoods Concerning the War on the South, 1861-1865 by Elizabeth Avery Meriwether (1904)
"Lincoln the "Soul of Honesty." He Passes off Counterfeit Money. Lincoln Sewed up Hogs' Eyes. The "Old huzzy" Kicks Lincoln Senseless. A Great Fight. ..."

4. Facts and Falsehoods Concerning the War on the South 1861-1865 by George Edmonds (1904)
"Lincoln the "Soul of Honesty." He Passes off Counterfeit Money. Lincoln Sewed up Hogs' Eyes. The "Old huzzy" Kicks Lincoln Senseless. A Great Fight. ..."

5. Life of Charles Henry Davis, Rear Admiral, 1807-1877 by Charles Henry Davis (1899)
"consulted Lay and huzzy, but these had dissuaded the savages, assuring them that the schooner was invincible. They had even made the chiefs believe that the ..."

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