scuzzy definition by Webster's New World
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scuzzy definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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adjective scuz·zi·er, scuz·zi·est Slang
- Dirty; grimy: scuzzy floors.
- Disreputable; sleazy: “ran a scuzzy operation” (Myra MacPherson).
Origin: Possibly from blend of scum and fuzz1.