noun, plural cusks, (especially collectively) cusk.
- cushman, charlotte saunders,
- cusp height,
Origin of cusk
Examples from the Web for cusk
For Cusk, it is “a jigsaw dismantled into a heap of broken-edged pieces.”
Cusk knows this, of course; she is of the cerebral breed that is used to thinking their way out of any situation.
To the consummate writer (as Cusk spectacularly is), events like divorce issue a challenge: Own me, comprehend me—write me!
Cusk is a very smart, talented, harsh British writer, and these stories are about people whose lives are loosely connected.
Cusk is so sharply observant that it would probably be terrifying to meet her.
This is said to be a good cod and cusk ground the year round.
It is a cusk ground all the year on the hard bottom of the deeper parts, March and April showing the largest schools.
The principal catch is large cod, but a smaller amount of hake, cusk, and pollock are taken also.
The best season on this ground for cod and cusk is from April to July.
It is also a fair summer cod ground, and cusk are present in the deep water about the edges during most of the year.