It was the nurse, her sleeve lifted, her blowzy face convulsed.
The May sun was striding, an incongruous, provincial virgin, through a litter of blowzy streets.
One face (the front) was blowzy and freckled, with a small pug nose and a quarrelsome mouth.
Gwendolyn lifted terrified eyes for a second look at the brick-colored hair, the blowzy countenance.
Meanwhile it gets us a blowzy character, by shouldering roughly among the children of civilization.
The loveliness of the woods in March is not, assuredly, of this blowzy rustic type.
I have heard you speak of him since you came home, but supposing he was some blowzy artist, I never cared to ask about him.
Shelton was repelled by her proprietary tone, by her blowzy face, and by the scent of patchouli.