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wussy

[ woos ee ]
/ ˈwʊs i /
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adjective, wuss·i·er, wuss·i·est.
weak and overly timid or fearful; wimpy: I would try liver mush or any other traditional Southern food in a heartbeat, but a lot of people are too wussy to try anything new.
noun, plural wuss·ies.
Also wuss·ie . a variant of wuss.
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Origin of wussy

wuss + -y1 for the adjective; wuss + -y2 for the noun
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