So often, cussing as an insult is employed lazily in scripts.
“cussing himself for——” The rest was lost in the noise of the team.
You'll die a natural death in bed, unless you gets to cussing me.
It was flying all about the room yelling and cussing us out.
And we heard Duran's voice; "cussing in French," Ray said he was doing.
Away off beyond the horizon is old man Brown cussing blue streaks 'cause he can't find much constable.
You can tell he was a gentleman once by the fluency of his cussing.
Noise isn't authority, and there's no sense in ripping and roaring and cussing around the office when things don't please you.
"Maybe I did, Jimmie," he said, half as if he were already sorry for the cussing out.
In this he did all his cussing at every port; and it seemed to produce everywhere the proper effect.
A man; fellow; guy •Most use since the 1860s
[1775+; a shortening of customer; or perhaps ''one who curses'']