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Synonyms for cuss

to invoke evil or injury upon

to use profane or obscene language

a profane or obscene term

Synonyms for cuss

a persistently annoying person

profane or obscene expression usually of surprise or anger

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For a lot of us out there using the cuss word isn't even a bad thing nowadays.
With the CUSS kiosks, Sita will provide an end-to-end managed solution complementing other airport check-in services available at Abu Dhabi International Airport, which is experiencing significant growth; passenger traffic was up 30.
Mulvaney had only been on the pitch for about 15 seconds when he slipped the ball to Cumiskey, who reacted first to turn the ball past Cuss into the net.
Sent home last year for fighting, mouths cuss words to other campers while he's giving you a hug--as sneaky as they come.
We're going to address those concerns in this new fund," said Cuss.
Mr Cuss said people had a lot of skill and knowledge to support the plan.
1 million passengers last year and it is expected that some 40% of its passengers will eventually checkin using CUSS kiosks.
In its plan to upgrade its IT system, KLIA in partnership with SITA has included CUSS as part of the programme.
But such was the lack of creativity or finishing from Boro, Cuss only had a couple of meaningful saves to make.
The commanding figure of Paul David was proving a real obstacle to the Linnets but he could do little about a scorching drive from Martindale on 28 minutes that keeper Paul Cuss saved with some difficulty.
Open tarnished his otherwise stellar performance, is being sent some advice from the Cuss Control Academy in Northbrook, IL.
They can self check-in at the CUSS easily, and have their baggage loaded at Bangkok Airways check-in counter, F3.
Jeremy Cuss, Labour candidate for the Golcar ward, said he was told the day before that Mr Hogarth would not be able to be present but that Clr Peter McBride had been briefed for the meeting.
CUSS kiosks help airports optimise the use of existing floor space by sharing the kiosks amongst various airlines and they offer more convenient check-in facilities, with no restrictions on location.
He was an albino and suffered defective eyesight and it is thought that this caused some of his verbal confusions, later dubbed "spoonerisms", such as "it is kisstomary to cuss the bride" and "you hissed my mystery lecture".