Definition of Scused
1. scuse [v] - See also: scuse
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scused
scused (current term)
Literary usage of Scused
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The School Journal (1900)
"You see, confidentially, "I was always 'scused 'cos my throat was so swole up, but I don't want to be 'scused this time. I guess," anxiously, "if my throat ..."
2. The Bookman (1900)
"He hain't done nuffin ter be 'scused fo', he hain't stolen ner hid no money, an' he don't 'tend ter hab no ..."
3. Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society by Franklin Lafayette Riley, Mississippi Historical Society (1902)
"He then told of the whipping of the corn thief by our "loyal citizen" and his son, but of course stated "he didn't steal no corn. Dey jes' 'scused him of it ..."