cuss

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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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When they act up, he cusses them out a little if they need it - but always gently, quietly.
But then, everybody waves their hands, cusses their brains out and suffers a life-or-death personal crisis every other minute.
When the other guys get to the line, he cusses me out,'' Granville said.
As for Val's incapacitated, stricken husband Walter (Richard Jenkins), all he can do is slur cusses about the whole turn of events.
Ponciano barks like Lombardi, cusses like Bobby Knight and can, when he wants to, reduce a 300-pound lineman to a lump of soft-serve frozen yogurt.