LO’USY. adj.

LO'USY. adj.

LO’USY. adj. [from louse.]
I. Swarming with lice; over-run with lice.
Let him be daub’d with lace, live high and whore,
Sometimes be lousy, but be never poor.  Dryden’s Juv.
Sweetbriar and gooseberry are only  lousy in dry times, or
very hot places. Mortimer’s Husbandry.
2. Mean; low born; bred on the dunghill.
I pray you now remembrance on the lousy knave mine host.
A lousy knave, to have his gibes and his mockeries. Shakesp.

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