- 第三人称单数: cusses;
- 过去式: cussed;
- 过去分词: cussed;
- 现在分词: cussing;
Tosh was known to be a man who would cuss and shout.
He's an awkward / queer old cuss.
His ideas are not worth a tinker's cuss; they are all borrowed from others.
It is kisstomary cuss the bride.
He's such an obstinate cuss that he'll break his horns rather than give up.
I don't give a tinker's cuss for what he thinks.
He's a likable cuss.
Still want to act like a cuss?
She doesn't care a tinker's cuss about your opinion.
Will Smith don't got to cuss in his raps to sell records.
It's coming on to rain, cuss it!
We are asked to give feedback , not cuss him out for not talking back.
In fact, credit is false mostly the cuss of a demon that C 2 C platform avoids hard.
1. a persistently annoying person
2. a boy or man;
"that chap is your host"
"there's a fellow at the door"
"he's a likable cuss"
3. profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger;
"expletives were deleted"
1. utter obscenities or profanities;
"The drunken men were cursing loudly in the street"