That face, all blowsy and flushed, was at once wild and stupefied.
As if I would have given her any money, the impudent, blowsy thing!
"Rough and blowsy, of course, like any other country girl," was Rose's reply.
There was a blowsy cheeked bar-maid, Mother Conarty's daughter.
The loveliness of the woods in March is not, assuredly, of this blowsy rustic type.
Man alive, wouldst have her like your blowsy wenches here, that lie i' the sun all day?
He was evidently surprised at being nearly run over by this blustering and blowsy young lady, but beyond that—nothing.
The boarders stopped chewing and stared in absorbed interest, while Virginia kissed her blowsy mother.
For my part, I prefer the pale to the blowsy, and I stake my right hand on Chloe's fidelity.
Indeed, that room could still remember when a frowsy, blowsy hired girl was wont to stick her head in and groan, "Supper's ready!"