Blowsy [adjective]

Definition of Blowsy:

pinkish, blushing

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Sentence/Example of Blowsy:

After racking his imagination, it occurred to him to bribe the blowsy waiting-maid with gold.

The loveliness of the woods in March is not, assuredly, of this blowsy rustic type.

Her cheeks were like the heart of a blush rose; she never turned very red when she ran or skipped, and never looked blowsy.

As if I would have given her any money, the impudent, blowsy thing!

Before him stood a blowsy but not altogether unprepossessing woman of middle years.

He would give much to be in a chair by one of those hearths and in the thick of that blowsy fragrance.

These pert and blowsy schoolgirls, with hideous voices, and arrogant curls, or crimped lion-manes of aggressive hair!

Such a pink and white boy he was, with a dimple in each cheek and a blowsy tow head.

And she was truly beautiful to us, that blowsy dame, through the beguiling witchery of her art.

In the attic, ironically secure, hung a cheap German print of blowsy children feeding a pig.