- n. Plural form of hussy.
“Keeping you at home, in the kitchen, with the children, while government policy rains Hell on the kind of hussies that "ask for it" from men, and scowling and sternly tapping it's foot at the men who give it to them, is all in your own best genetic interest.”
“hussies" and that she was not to let go of his arm for an instant.”
“hussies" lay in wait like vultures for the Indian youths, took their government allowances, took their ancient Indian decency, and cast them forth to pollute their tribe with drink and disease.”
“I decided I wasn't buying any more of the bunk Catholic school was feeding me when it came to boys, hussies, snowballs or kissing as gateway drug.”
“NO I am not having an affair with Mike Holmes, but I am sure there are plenty of middle aged hussies out there who would like too.”
“Hewers of wood and drawers of water, princes and potentates, shy-shrinking maidens and brazen-faced hussies, all saying, "I am going to be married.”
“Step forward, Mike Stock, formerly a music producer at Stock Aitken Waterman, who has offered himself as moral defender of the next generation of prepubescent hussies.”
“Oh, shopping for trashy lingerie, going to the gym, scrapbooking the milestones of her adulterous relationship, getting permanent liner tattooed on her eyelids, networking lunches with other hussies.”
“Anyone who thought they were tough by calling career criminals “hussies” had to be batty.”
“Pussywillows by Pissarro hang come hither in furry Cossacks 'caps on enchanting Russian hussies, and lilies, those well-favored”
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