Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun[mass noun] informal
The state of being extremely dirty and unpleasant: the scuzziness of the floor and bar areas
More example sentences
- This 20-something foursome do power-pop in sneeringly impeccable English, mixing up stadium rock riffs with heads-down scuzziness.
- Perhaps you've been pleased by the ongoing revelations of scams, scandals, and outright scuzziness in the executive suites of major corporations.
- As soon as they arrived at the house, Joey withdrew to the shower claiming extreme scuzziness.
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