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hoochie

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Pronunciation: /ˈhuːtʃi
 
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(also hootchie )

Definition of hoochie in English:

noun

North American informal
A young woman who has many casual sexual partners or who dresses or behaves in a sexually provocative way: I’m not going to become a hoochie or anything, but I don’t know if I’m going to wait for a ring on my finger [as modifier]: hoochie outfits
More example sentences
  • Actually, all kidding aside, we like her all the more without the hoochie grind.
  • I watched him with amusement as he followed the hoochies with hungry eyes.
  • It's not that hoochie you were with at the pool, is it?

Origin

1980s: origin uncertain.

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