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n. pl. hus·sies
1. A woman considered to be brazen or promiscuous.
2. A saucy or impudent girl or young woman.
[Alteration of Middle English houswif, housewife; see housewife.]
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n, pl -sies
1. a shameless or promiscuous woman
2. dialect a folder for needles, thread, etc
[C16 (in the sense: housewife): from hussif housewife]
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hus•sy(ˈhʌs i, ˈhʌz i)
n., pl. -sies.
1. a brazen or disreputable woman.
2. a mischievous or impudent girl.
[1520–30; earlier hussive housewife]
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noun (Old-fashioned) slut, tart (informal), strumpet, baggage (informal, old-fashioned), tramp (slang), jade, wanton, minx, wench (archaic), slapper (Brit. slang), scrubber (Brit. & Austral. slang), trollop, floozy (slang), quean (archaic) Are you going to sunbathe naked? You wanton hussy!
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hussy[ˈhʌsi] n (humorous) → dévergondée f
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