cussed cussed  /ˈkəst/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Art critics are usually a bunch of snooty and cussed individuals who become a law unto themselves in the art galleries.
  2. Nelson's new novel revolves round a character whose self-righteousness is cussed and demeanor abhorrent.
  3. Sometimes tt may be a good idea to let go of cussed perfectionism and be satisfied with less than perfection.

News

  • Have you heard the news: NRV athletes busy lately

    Editors are said to have mellowed the as the newspaper business has matured, or supposedly that’s the so-called anecdotal evidence. Proof on this is sketchy although I have to say I haven’t been threatened with permanent residence in a bread line, had cigarette ashes flicked on my shoe, or been cussed out lately. But admittedly, [...]
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Roanoke Times

Quotes

  1. Hall said he plans to file a complaint with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell that Smith "cussed me out" and Falcons director of athletic performance Jeff Fish and others "put their hands on me."
    on Nov 8, 2009 By: DeAngelo Hall Source: ABC News

  2. "If you don't do it his way, he doesn't like it," said Lee, who was ready to transfer until he heard Fisher was on his way as offensive coordinator. "Everyday you're bound to be cussed up. He's just trying to make us better players."
    on Aug 12, 2007 By: Xavier Lee Source: SportingNews.com

  3. • Cincinnati receiver Chad Johnson, quoted in the Baltimore Sun on Ravens linebacker Bart Scott: "The last time we played, he cussed me out and told me to stay out of his huddle, and I took offense to that, so this Sunday I am going to hit him in...
    on Sep 7, 2008 By: Jeremi Johnson Source: Detroit Free Press

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