Definition of scuzz in English:

scuzz

noun

informal
  • Something regarded as disgusting, sordid, or disreputable.

    • ‘It's not like having a normal visit, when you can whip all the scuzz into the spare room and push the door until the latch clicks shut against the mess.’
    • ‘For someone like myself who finds meditative pleasures in sweeping, I'll spend a few more shekels to whisk away all that scuzz and dreck with my plant-based broom.’

Origin

1960s: probably an informal abbreviation of disgusting.

Pronunciation

scuzz

/skəz/