I wanted to kill the enemy and be a roughneck and cuss and spit tobacco, come home and do it again.
If Republicans win big, Democrats will hang their heads and cuss the Koch brothers.
Marster called to him again, and den dat fool Nigger cut loose and he evermore did cuss Marster out.
I begun to fear that the varmint had a cave, and so, cuss him!
Tell her I'll cuss her in this life and skin her in the next ef she don't let Raish bring her ter me as his wife ter say good-by.
cuss 'em, an' contrive 'em, both sides on 'em, all an' similar!
I'm only a yearlin', but cuss me if I don't think I can whip anybody in this part o' the country.
They won't let anybody cross their line, and they won't say anything—not even when you cuss 'em.
"It don't fit into the tune with a cuss," Tex criticized jealously.
The cuss turned green and stammered that he wasn't no animal tamer.
A man; fellow; guy •Most use since the 1860s
[1775+; a shortening of customer; or perhaps ''one who curses'']