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Definition of Cusser
1. one that cusses [n -S] - See also: cusses
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Literary usage of Cusser
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. John Cheap the Chapman's Library: The Scottish Chap Literature of Last by Dougal Graham, John Cheap (1877)
"They ca'da cusser, sir: a well then, goode'eu to you, master cusser. He rides a little bit, then turns back in a rage, saying, I say, sir, your last words ..."
2. The Collected Writings of Dougal Graham, "Skellat" Bellman of Glasgow by Dougal Graham (1883)
"O yes goodman, ye are right, said I, but how do they call that he beast that rides on the mare's back, they ca'ta cusser sir, a well then goode'en to you ..."
3. John Cheap, the Chapman's, Library: The Scottish Chap Literature of Last by John Cheap (1877)
"They ca'da cusser, sir: a well then, goode'en to you, master cusser. He rides a little bit, then turns back in a rage, saying, I say, sir, your last words ..."
4. Thunderbolts: Comprising Most Earnest Reasonings, Delightful Narratives by Sam Porter Jones (1895)
"You take an old cusser and just pull the bridle off him, and God only knows where he will go next. [Laughter.] Now don't you go away from here and say Sam ..."
5. The Greatest Debatewithin a Half Century Upon Modern Spiritualism by Moses Hull, William F. Jamieson (1904)
"His name was George W. cusser—and he was a cusser. No three men that I ever saw could tie him so securely that he could not untie himself. ..."