And then when you go there, you are cussed out, called arrogant, mean-spirited, and nasty.
But they was cussed by marster, when after de war they took up wid de 'publican party.
I might say that Ike “cussed a few,” and that would be no more than the truth.
Why, when Ranee Fleming cussed him that first time, last Fall, he come home to me cryin' like his heart would break.
And Mary, she died, after bein' abused and deserted by that cussed husband of hers.
He didn't guess whether 'e was glad nor glum, so he cussed like a good 'un, and that did dooty either way.'
That da—excuse me, mister—that cussed Archibald has woke up.'
He cussed and swore, and looked as if he'd had a big drop too much.
Ain't one of you cussed swabs got decency enough to fetch me a drink?
Your father is a cussed fool that he dont send you to the reform school.
A man; fellow; guy •Most use since the 1860s
[1775+; a shortening of customer; or perhaps ''one who curses'']