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Definition of Cussing
1. cuss [v] - See also: cuss
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Literary usage of Cussing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Biographical Sketch of Henry A. Wise: With a History of the Political by James Pinkney Hambleton (1856)
"... cussing questions unconnected with the office of attorney-general. I certainly do not desire any gentleman to give me his vote upon mere party grounds. ..."
2. The Belle Islers: A Novel by Wallace Goldsmith, Richard Brinsley pseud Newman (1908)
"It grieved Uncle Dan'l so that he pretty nearly had a fit of sickness over it; but he hung on to the money just the same. cussing AND ..."
3. Memoirs of the Whig Party During My Time by Henry Richard Vassall Holland (1852)
"... sat up with Mr. Addington, examining and dis-. cussing the finances of the country, and remember that Sir Francis Burdett was weak enough to harbour it. ..."
4. Uncle Walt [Walt Mason] the Poet Philosopher by Walt Mason (1910)
"The cussing Habit THE JACKAL is a beastly beast; and when it hankers for a feast, it has no use for nice fresh meat; the all-fired fool would rather eat ..."
5. Appleton's Cyclopædia of American Biography by James Grant Wilson, John Fiske (1888)
"cussing the right of those who were not members in full communion to bring their children to baptism. It was a transition state of the colony. ..."