noun, plural Russ, Russ·es.
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“I feel sorry for what she did to Russ and his daughter,” Gill said.
Rachel starts dating a guy named Russ, and would you believe that he bears a striking resemblance to Ross?
And would you still believe that David Schwimmer also played Russ?
Russ told me, I remember, that he met Bacall during an Adlai Stevenson campaign.Lauren Bacall Was Deeply Liberal and Deeply Anti-Communist|Michael Tomasky|August 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Russ had a dramatic impact from behind-the-scenes on American politics and liberalism for a solid half a century.
Russ asked as he came in to see his mother lift Mun Bun from the floor, and put him back in bed.Six Little Bunkers at Grandpa Ford's|Laura Lee Hope
But Paul and Russ evidently were going to have no easy task in capturing the mysterious man.The Moving Picture Girls at Oak Farm|Laura Lee Hope
"That is so, and we may as well face the issue," said Russ, somewhat gravely.The Moving Picture Girls Under the Palms|Laura Lee Hope
I will go see your manager, Russ, and I'll do my best to get father to take up this work.The Moving Picture Girls|Laura Lee Hope
"The steamboat will wait for you, Rose," Russ Bunker went on.Six Little Bunkers at Grandma Bell's|Laura Lee Hope