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Noun: scuzz  skúz
Usage: N. Amer, informal
  1. Any substance considered disgustingly foul or unpleasant
    - filth, crud [informal], skank [informal], grot [Brit, informal]
  2. A person who is deemed to be despicable or contemptible
    "only a scuzz would do that";
    - rotter [Brit, informal], dirty dog [informal], rat [informal], skunk [informal], stinker [informal], stinkpot [N. Amer, informal], bum [N. Amer, informal], crumb [N. Amer, informal], lowlife [informal], scumbag [informal], so-and-so [informal], git [Brit, informal], scumbag [informal], sleazebucket [informal], toad [informal], sleazeball [informal], toerag [Brit, informal], sleazebag [informal], sod [Brit, informal], swine [informal], ratbag [Brit, informal], scuzzball [N. Amer, informal], scuzzbag [N. Amer, informal], scuzzbucket [N. Amer, informal], slimebag [informal], dirtbag [US, informal], slimeball [informal]

Derived forms: scuzzes

Type of: disagreeable person, unpleasant person, waste, waste material, waste matter, waste product

Encyclopedia: Scuzz