cuss out

cuss out

To use foul language when speaking to someone or something. I cussed out the driver that nearly backed into my car.
See also: cuss, out

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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If Raul Mondesi thought fans would love him for doing what they might want to do - cuss out his employers and get away with it - he was wrong.