HyperDic: cuss

English > 4 senses of the word cuss:
NOUNperson cuss, pest, blighter, pesterer, gadflya persistently annoying person
person cuss, chap, fellow, feller, fella, lad, gent, blighter, blokea boy or man
communicationcuss, curse, curse word, expletive, oath, swearing, swearwordprofane or obscene / obscene expression usually of surprise or anger
VERBcommunicationcuss, curse, blaspheme, swear, imprecateutter obscenities or profanities
cuss > pronunciation
Soundskah's
Rhymesabacus ... zealous: 1164 rhymes with ahs...
English > cuss: 4 senses > noun 1, person
MeaningA persistently annoying person.
Synonymspest, blighter, pesterer, gadfly
Narrowernudnik, nudnick(Yiddish) someone who is a boring pest
Broadertormentor, tormenter, persecutorsomeone who torments
Spanishlapa, machacón, moscardón, moscón, pelma, pesada, pesado, peste, plaga, quiltro
Catalanborinot, corcó, pesta, plaga
English > cuss: 4 senses > noun 2, person
MeaningA boy or man.
Example "he's a likable cuss"
Synonymschap, fellow, feller, fella, lad, gent, blighter, bloke
Narrowerdoginformal term for a man
Broadermale, male personA person who belongs to the sex that cannot have babies
Spanishbloke, chico, muchacho, niño, tío, tipo
Catalanbloke, home, tipus
English > cuss: 4 senses > noun 3, communication
MeaningProfane or obscene / obscene expression usually of surprise or anger.
Synonymscurse, curse word, expletive, oath, swearing, swearword
BroaderprofanityVulgar or irreverent speech or action
Spanishblasfemia, garabato, grosería, improperio, juramento, maldición, palabra malsonante, palabrota, profanidad, reniego, taco, voto
Catalanmaledicció, paraulota, renec
Verbscussutter obscenities or profanities
English > cuss: 4 senses > verb 1, communication
MeaningUtter obscenities or profanities.
PatternSomebody ----s
Synonymscurse, blaspheme, swear, imprecate
Broaderexpress, verbalize, verbalise, utter, give tongue toarticulate
Similar toblasphemespeak of in an irreverent or impious manner
Spanishblasfemar, imprecar, jurar, maldecir, renegar
Nounscussprofane or obscene / obscene expression usually of surprise or anger

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