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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of muss.

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Examples

  • "After that, everyone knows it's real," Trump says after Walters musses his 'do like a flirty coed.

    Top Moments: Barbara Walters Touches Trump's "Onion Loaf" and Horror Story's Brutal Birth

  • Whenever the wind musses her hair, she loses her train of thought.

    Idiots Convention: James Wolcott

  • He was like the physician who must tell the patient lies for the patient's own good ... because the musses are notoriously shortsighted and generally cannot see danger until it is at their throats.

    Healthy Skepticism Toward Memorial Day

  • He was like the physician who must tell the patient lies for the patient's own good ... because the musses are notoriously shortsighted and generally cannot see danger until it is at their throats.

    Printing: Healthy Skepticism Toward Memorial Day

  • This my house, its really good, when it has tyres me and daniel mov it around the park when mom is passed out drunk, it really musses her up and is worth a laugh, but she beats the jesus out of us some times.

    miss-k2 Diary Entry

  • There are some similar contractions or “musses” on the calendar.

    Putting the Mass back in Christmas

  • There are some similar contractions or “musses” on the calendar.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Look at it again; those expert musses and swirls, the umbers and browns, the yellows and reds, that perfectly poised composition: it rises above and bears down upon the al-Hajar-ul-Aswad solidity of a black train engine that is very obviously motionless, stalled by the storm upon the bridge.

    Turner’s ‘Rain, Steam and Speed’ (1844)

  • Look at it again; those expert musses and swirls, the umbers and browns, the yellows and reds, that perfectly poised composition: it rises above and bears down upon the al-Hajar-ul-Aswad solidity of a black train engine that is very obviously motionless, stalled by the storm upon the bridge.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • Whenever he sees me, he grabs me and musses my hair, saying something like, “Nice hair, Jimmy.”

    Caught Me a Big ’Un . . . and then I let him go!

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