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stoozer

stoozer
 n.— «The denigration of the zero per cent credit card has been overdone.…Card companies wish to deter serial switchers—some of whom invest cash borrowed on their zero per cent cards.…These people call themselves “stoozers.”» —“Time to make amends” by Anne Ashworth Times (London, England) Aug. 27, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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