Definition of guzz
- dust that is comes in contact with liquid or food and other imperceptible materials to form a dirty material.
The food and dirt combined to form a layer of guzz on the floor.
- the city of Plymouth in England. Mainly used by the Royal navy. I believe it comes from the World War 2 call-sign for the area, which was GU22.
My ship's going into GUZZ tonight. Anyone up for a run ashore down the strip?
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