1. the vagina.
|in Letter from My Father (1978) 236: I touched her cuze.|
|in Letter from My Father (1978) 195: I felt her hot wet coozie.|
|Gas-House McGinty 266: You’re Francis, the one and only original coose man. Before Adam laid bricks with Eve, you was.|
|Anecdota Americana II 120: It serves to stuff coozies, / A hard pseudo-tool.|
|in Limerick (1953) 225: There was a young lady of Grotton / Had to plug up her coosie with cotton.|
|Guild Dict. Homosexual Terms 9: cooze (n.): [...] vagina.|
|Glover 55: Susie, you are my doozie. Lay here and pet my toozie. Oh ho, you are some coozie.|
|Faggots 95: I might have landed my face in your cooze.|
|Maledicta III:2 231: He also may or may not know the following words and expressions: [...] cinnamon stick (feces-stained penis, after coitus), coozey, cornhole (verb), up the crack, cut.|
|It (1987) 40: It’s a lot like a dead strumpet with maggots squirming out of her cooze.|
|Sweet La-La Land (1999) 78: ‘You can’t tell me you’re not cold.’ ‘Only when the wind goes whistling up their cooze,’ Hogan said.|
|Chinese Girl (2001) 182: While you’re parading your fucking cooz in front of some English guy.|
|Get Your Cock Out 35: The evil snatch-salami thrashed around in his leathers like a great-white, hungry for cooze.|
2. (also couse) a woman (usu. promiscuous or unattractive); by ext. a prostitute (e.g. cit. 1921).
|Three Soldiers 15: ‘It’s hell sayin’ good-by to girls,’ said Powers, understandingly. ‘Cuts a feller all up. I guess it’s better to go with coosies. Ye don’t have to say good-by to them.’.|
|Call It Sleep (1977) 409: Say, listen O’Toole dere’s a couple o’ coozies in de back.|
|DAUL 49/1: Coozey. (Collectively) Loose women; prostitutes.et al.|
|On the Waterfront (1964) 96: Melva, the neighbourhood’s favourite teenage cooze.|
|Gidget (2001) 15: Who’s that fine looking coozie?|
|Flesh Peddlers (1964) 263: Wanta get yo’ ashes hauled? He got coozee on call.|
|Garden of Sand (1981) 549: He got ’im some little spic couse down by the river.|
|Blue Movie (1974) 36: The arrangement [...] was that Sid would lay starlet cooze on the maître d’.|
|Faggots 320: He really did, now, once and for all, want to fuck a lady, get it over with, be able to boast i have fucked cooze.|
|Muscle for the Wing 203: You southern coozes, you don’t think it’s food if it ain’t fried, do you?|
|Oz ser. 1 ep. 4 [TV script] Women were excluded. Supreme fucking Couirt forced the Bohemian to let the coozes in. Can you believe that fucking shit?‘Capital P’|
|A Rube’s Story [Internet] Mos’ fellers jes’ don’t lust after the ol’ women the way they does after the young cooze.|
|Robbers (2001) 330: What you say, hoss? Was that the cowboy’s cooze?|
|Snitch Jacket 151: Those lovely coozes just dropped by.|
3. (also kuse) a term of abuse, i.e. a cunt n. (5)
|AS XXIII:1 30: Life among our little brown brothers — who were sometimes less affectionately referred to as slopies, coosies, or flange-heads — was much different from that among the Wogs in India.‘A.V.G. Lingo’ in|
|Heathers [film script] What’s your damage? Brad says you’re being a real kuse.|
4. a passive/effeminate homosexual.
|DAUL 49/1: Coozey. (Collectively) [...] passive pederasts, or oral sodomists.et al.|
5. (US gay) a lesbian.
|Guild Dict. Homosexual Terms 9: cooze (n.): Lesbian.|
6. a term of address to a sexually exciting woman.
|Paco’s Story (1987) 13: Come awn, Coozie, why don’t y’all sit awn my face.|
7. vaginal secretions.
|Fort Apache, The Bronx 154: Corelli checked the couch [...] Nothing but a lot of slime. Her mother would be sitting on cooze for the next few weeks.|
|Get Your Cock Out 25: Her cunt was lubed up beyond anything she’d ever dreamed possible, the wet cooze pulsing in rivers down her young thighs.|
8. sexual intercourse with a woman.
|Homeboy 50: Day in, day out, goldtoothed pachooks ascratching on [the] screen door hissing how they do for cooz.|
|(con. 1964–8) Cold Six Thousand 34: The pilot guy and the French guy want some cooze.|
9. attrib. use of sense 8.
|Cannibals 78: You’re a cooze-miser [...] If I waited for you to get me laid, I’d have gray hair and a snowy beard. [Ibid.] 125: Hell, why couldn’t Joey Bertell organize a coozie network from coast to coast?|