Cussing [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Cussing:

Instead, “VAMS has become a cuss word,” Marshall Taylor, head of South Carolina’s health department, told state lawmakers in January.

I had stopped cussing, because the widow didn't like it; but now I took to it again because pap hadn't no objections.

At last, he fairly began blubbring; now cussing and nashing his teeth, now praying dear Mr. Deuceace to grant him mercy.

Every time he busted out into another cussing spell they would start another hymn.

"If that's the case, I'm going to quit cussing, and say my prayers every night," Andy Green asserted emphatically.

The old gentleman have quit his religious cussing now and have took to fussing.

She was looking at the sun and making incantations, a-cussing us out generally and elevating her voice.

It was one of those ships they call a hell on earth, and cussing and kicking and driving went on all day.

A few cussing, cussed minutes later I realized what Al Benson had apparently done: solved the torchships fuel problem.

This is hard on the face, the temper and the commandment against cussing.