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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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He mentioned it to his friends and actually challenged them to stop cussing.
Known for doing plenty of drinking and cussing himself, the handsome Farrell looks sexily scruffy at this intimate Beverly Hills press conference, with a Guinness in one hand and a lit cigarette in the other, defying the rules at file Regent Beverly Wilshire hotel.
Most words that would be considered profanity, vulgarity, obscenity, cussing, or cursing have existed for many centuries.
Does bleaching your hair blond, cussing, promoting violence, getting pierced ears, and wearing baggy clothes make you cool?
In a nutshell: Strange attempt to make a postwar Berlin thriller like Hollywood actually might have done it in 1945, only with cussing and sex for some reason.
The young thug, Demarcus Daniels, pointed a gun at the female cashier, began cussing and yelling at her, and demanded money.
They assume they're offending me by cussing, but they're not.
Because the lads are all good friends there is no shouting and cussing," said the Belgian hit-man.
This savage satire, a big-screen spin-off of Comedy Central's cult hit, is now available on DVD so you can see all the madness wide-screen and hear the cussing in surround sound.
I heard some cussing and then one guy came out and had a gun and started shooting,'' said one boy, 12.
Some of our rappers were cussing (in their rhymes) and I was trying to get them out of that,'' Gilkey said.