- 1Something regarded as disgusting, sordid, or disreputable.More example sentences
- For someone like myself who finds meditative pleasures in sweeping, I'll spend a few more shekels to whisk away all that scuzz and dreck with my plant-based broom.
- It's not like having a normal visit, when you can whip all the scuzz into the spare room and push the door until the latch clicks shut against the mess.
- 1.1A disreputable or unpleasant person.More example sentences
- The scuzz shaking his $7000 belt buckle is from the band one of his minions found.
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- It's just a scuzzy tabloid jumping on the bandwagon.
- He totally rammed that down his partner's throat, dragging him against his very clearly stated wishes into scuzzy, illegal activity.
- You can find apartments at these rates but they can be pretty scuzzy ones.
1960s: probably an informal abbreviation of disgusting.
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