stooze

stooze

(stuːz)
vb
to borrow money at low interest for investment in a high-interest account
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"Stooze" is a verb to describe the practice of taking advantage of introductory interest-free periods offered by credit card companies to borrow money to invest for profit.
The insults are included in the book I Smirt, You Stooze, They Krump, out today.
STOOZE ( To borrow money offered at zero or very low interest and invest it to make profit.
The insults feature in the HarperCollins book I Smirt, You Stooze, They Krump, out today by Cormac McKeown and Elspeth Summers.
The insults and phrases feature in the HarperCollins book I Smirt, You Stooze, They Krump, out today.