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cuss a blue streak

To use profane language with great rapidity and intensity. My dad cussed a blue streak after he found out I'd put a dent in his car.
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cuss out

To use profane language as a reprimand or attack. I cussed out the driver that nearly backed into my car.
See also: cuss, out

cuss a blue streak

Rur. to curse a great deal. When she dropped the brick on her toe, she cussed a blue streak. Bill could cuss a blue streak by the time he was eight years old.
See also: blue, cuss, streak

cuss someone out

to curse at someone. Dad cussed me out for losing the money he gave me. The little kid cussed out his brother, shocking his grandmother.
See also: cuss, out
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Staying true to his space-cadet rep, Patterson admitted he used curse words in a confrontation with McMillan during Sunday's game against the Knicks, but denied he actually cussed him out.
If the Danish side of my family is any example, the Swedish filmmaker and Redford do manage to hit a few major behavioral notes truly: Einar's cussed, Scandinavian genius for placing blame and nursing grudges.
Everybody here, though, proves an integral part of a near-great American movie, in which people are paradoxically united by their conflicting bad attitudes, and family values are calculated by what you can put up with while still remaining true to your proud, cussed self.
Reflecting the maturation of the country's whole film industry, ``Baran'' is the story of a young man, perhaps a teen-ager but maybe older, whose emotional growth has been stunted by both the theocracy's draconian separation of the sexes and his own cussed foolishness.
However, Jones became frustrated during her loss to Georgescu and cussed at Highland coach Linda Ruiz.
In another incident, ``she cussed me out and called me a bunch of horrible names,'' Ortega said in documents.
In the end, you've got to admire Levitch's passion, and indeed his cussed individualism.