Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of schuss.

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Examples

  • Other surprises: Austria, expected to win 25 medals, won just 16, in large measure because its ski team schussed like sheiss.

    America’s Golden Games

  • Took a maddening thirty seconds getting out, went through the controls, and schussed over the bridge, just holding it.

    The Call of the Slopes

  • Took a maddening thirty seconds getting out, went through the controls, and schussed over the bridge, just holding it.

    The Call of the Slopes

  • As we schussed along, we made fun of the people trying to dig their cars out of the snowbanks.

    How I ate and drank my way through the East Village in a blizzard

  • As we schussed along, we made fun of the people trying to dig their cars out of the snowbanks.

    How I ate and drank my way through the East Village in a blizzard

  • These words he did say as I boldly schussed (2) by;

    A Sun Valley Song

  • Glancing back at Connie and yelling something I could not hear, he pushed off and schussed downhill like a knife, skis so close together I doubted you could fit a piece of paper between them.

    CRUEL AND UNUSUAL

  • Glancing back at Connie and yelling something I could not hear, he pushed off and schussed downhill like a knife, skis so close together I doubted you could fit a piece of paper between them.

    CRUEL AND UNUSUAL

  • Glancing back at Connie and yelling something I could not hear, he pushed off and schussed downhill like a knife, skis so close together I doubted you could fit a piece of paper between them.

    CRUEL AND UNUSUAL

  • Glancing back at Connie and yelling something I could not hear, he pushed off and schussed downhill like a knife, skis so close together I doubted you could fit a piece of paper between them.

    CRUEL AND UNUSUAL

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