Old cush Woodberry and the other loafers at Horton's would come out on the platform in front of the store and review the troops.
Assurbanipal boasts that he pursued Urdamane as far as the land of cush.
The occasion of it is said to be "the words of cush the Benjamite."
The locality of the land of cush has long been a much-vexed question.
He conquered Egypt (Muzur) and cush, and carried away innumerable prisoners.
It is said of this person, by Moses, that he was the son of cush.
Nimrod was the son of cush, grandson of Ham, and great-grandson of Noah.
But the soldiers got around this in the way "cush" was manipulated.
I refer to Nimrod, who was a son of cush, the oldest son of Ham.
cush is the Hebrew word for black and means the same as Ethiopia.
Money; cash: They've put up their good cush to send me on tour
[late 1900s+; probably fr cash]