To come to understand (a person).
To manage to work (something) out, to determine (something).
Etymology: From suspect. (Copied from wiktionary)
Can you suss out Jim? Does he drink or not?
We've sussed out how to open the lock.
An absurdly incompetent or un-informed proposal.
The answers on a spelling test are likely to include a couple of real doozies.
To destroy or obliterate, as in a lopsided victory.
The Spartans scobbed the Titans, 42-3.
"There had been a few days of being gaslit by the squirrels—hearing tiny claws skittering across the wood floors," wrote Anna Schmitz.
pissed me off
The aspect of the program that cooked my goose was mandatory liability for equipment that I neither wanted nor needed.
To put on or buy the apparel or accouterments of a jitter
I'm gettin' jittered at Circle Centre Mall.
another word for bratwurst or brat, a
big juicy wienee with pizazz.
"...and a Cocktail
dare I forget....
better than a cottontail
ohhhhh... and I'll take a hot mett."
(from TankGirl's easter poem in the Wheres George forums)
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