cussword
noun Date: 1872 1. swearword 2. a term of abuse ; a derogatory term

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  • cussword — /kus werrd /, n. Informal. See curse word. [1870 75, Amer.; CUSS + WORD] * * * …   Universalium

  • cussword — noun Curse word or phrase …   Wiktionary

  • cussword — n. swearword …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cussword — cuss•word [[t]ˈkʌsˌwɜrd[/t]] n. Informal. curse 4) • Etymology: 1870–75 …   From formal English to slang

  • cussword — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌ ̷ ̷ noun 1. : cuss 1 2. : a term of abuse : a derogatory term in its lexicon, “academic” and “bookish” are sort of cusswords W.L.Miller * * * /kus werrd /, n. Informal. See curse word. [1870 75, Amer.; CUSS + WORD] * * * …   Useful english dictionary

  • asshole — 1. (asshole) (12538↑, 2315↓) Your current boss. I work for SUCH an ASSHOLE. Author: http://asshole.urbanup.com/13786 2. (asshole) (7090↑, 1491↓) someone being arrogant, rude, obnoxious, or just a total dickhead.... Sean …   Urban English dictionary

  • tourettes\ guy — 1. (Tourettes Guy) (2161↑, 159↓) A drunk, overweight man who happens to have Tourettes Syndrome. Tourettes Guy enjoys yelling, swearing and destroying. He is often filmed philosophizes on topics such as the difference between pissing and shitting …   Urban English dictionary

  • oath — n 1. promise, pledge, vow, avowal, guarantee, warrant, assurance; troth, word, word of honor, faith, Archaic. plight; statement, declaration, attestation, adjuration; averment, asseveration, pronouncement, avouchment, Inf. say so, Latin, ipse… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • swear-word — n expletive, four letter word, curse, oath, obscenity, profanity, blasphemy, swearing, bad language, foul language FORMAL imprecation SLANG cuss; N Am cussword …   Useful english dictionary

  • cuss|word — «KUHS WURD», noun. Informal. a word used to express a curse or oath: »The epithet should not…be taken as a political cussword (Economist) …   Useful english dictionary

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