verb (used with object)
Origin of suss
Examples from the Web for suss
“It has so much to do with Amy and her reaction to Ben,” he says, attempting to suss out the surprising turn of events.
One would think that a media communications expert might be able to suss that out on her own.
If you want to suss out the cleanliness and hygiene level of any hotel, take a quick look behind furniture and drapes.
Presently there came a sound from the stove, "Suss—suss—suss!"Twenty-Four Unusual Stories for Boys and Girls|Anna Cogswell Tyler
British Dictionary definitions for suss
verb (tr) slang
Word Origin for suss
Word Origin and History for suss
"to figure out, investigate and discover," 1966, earlier "to suspect" (1953, police jargon), a slang shortening of suspect (v.).