Definition of Gussied
1. gussy [v] - See also: gussy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gussied
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Literary usage of Gussied
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Salamander by Owen Johnson (1914)
"Those girls will come all gussied up for Sassoon," persisted Winona. " Staggering under the warpaint!" " Let me alone," said Dodo; " I know what I'm doing! ..."
2. British Columbia by Ed Readicker-Henderson (2004)
"Oceana, 3119 3rd Ave., -a 250-559-8633, has Chinese cuisine, while Claudette's, at 3rd Ave. and 2nd St., IT 250-559-8861, is more gussied up, ..."
3. American Vulgar: The Politics of Manipulation Versus the Culture of Awareness by Robert Grudin (2006)
"Numerous elements of vulgarity were well represented: a decadent, self-indulgent, and terminally gussied-up defendant; ..."
4. Am I Crazy, Or Is It My Shrink: How to Get the Help You Need by Larry E. Ph.D Beutler, Joel N. Shurkin (1998)
"... have now been gussied up to the point of near incomprehensibility with 'derivatives- of-derivatives' of every description (and some that are beyond ..."
5. Daytrips New England: 50 One-Day Adventures by Earl Steinbicker (2000)
"Once the whaling capital of the world, it is still a major fishing port alive with the smell of the sea, a working place not excessively gussied up for ..."