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OTHER WORDS FROM pusspusslike, adjective
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In other words, in his second term, President Obama needs to kick Richard Nixon right square in the puss.Obama Has Already Quietly Begun Revising the Government’s War on Drugs|James Higdon|July 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
There also was no hesitation to get down and dirty again with Puss in Boots.
On others, he will be the voice of the delightful animated cat in Puss in Boots, whom everyone loves from the Shrek movies.
The Spanish star plays a sociopath in his cinematic reunion with Pedro Almodóvar—and a Casanova feline in Puss in Boots.
Without warning, he reenacts a love scene from the beginning of the movie, using Puss's Castilian Spanish accent, and cracks up.
And now naughty puss had run off, and she would come back, perhaps, with the new ribbon all rumpled and soiled.
Then more seriously, he added: I am afraid we shall have to wait until your birthday really comes round, Puss.Those Dale Girls|Frank Weston Carruth
And pulling out her puss, she showed a sovrin, a good heap of silver, and an odd-looking little coin.Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush|William Makepeace Thackeray
A young and active puss instantly seized it and ran away with her prize, with all the other cats after her.The Animal Story Book|Various
Whether ‘Puss’ understood this speech or not, she had certainly settled the question in her own way, and very quickly.The Devil-Tree of El Dorado|Frank Aubrey