Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of schuss.
  • n. Fast, downhill skiing

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Beau Hoskins, a senior and athlete at the high school in Blackfoot, Idaho, told a packed courtroom that a practice known as "schussing" -- or forcibly penetrating the rectum of a victim with a finger or thumb, happened routinely in the locker room during the 2009-2010

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Hoskins testified that "schussing" happened repeatedly at the high school during last year's basketball season and described the practice as "a group of people holding someone down, forcibly touching them in inappropriate ways and shoving their fingers where they shouldn't be."

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Whether soaking up the sun or schussing down the slopes makes for your ideal vacation, ShermansTravel.com has rounded up 10 international destinations that are just a quick flight from many U.S. cities.

    PHOTOS: 10 Quick & Easy Winter Getaways

  • Decorated with retro Olympics posters and black-and-white winter sport photos, the kitchen turns out classics like Eggs Benedict and substantial build-your-own omelets with hash browns that provide much needed fuel for your day of shredding or schussing.

    Monique Stringfellow: The East Coast's Best Ski Town: The Case for Lake Placid

  • They love the ultimate party city, Vegas, for its most over-the-top show of the year; partying hearty in Berlin's massive open-air fiesta; schussing the slopes of the majestic Rockies; and even standing under the breathtaking fireworks cascade over Sydney's harbor.

    PHOTOS: Top 10 New Year Celebrations Around The Globe

  • Expecting glowing reports of lazy days on the beach, or blissful hours schussing down the mountains, instead we heard glum descriptions of being bed-ridden with fever, aches and congestion.

    Anne Dunev: Secrets to Avoiding Winter Flu Blues

  • Last fall it made its first sale to an amusement park, in Kent, England, where Brits spent four months schussing down a small hill, holding kids 'birthday parties and having snowball fights.

    Eternal Life For Frosty

  • But my travelling companion, a fellow financial columnist, quickly put the kibosh on my schussing plans.

    Cutting Through Global Concerns

  • Schussing or struggling through slopes and life there are two kinds of skiing -- hard work, straining, easily tiring, thinking yourself down the mountain, or effortless, easy, natural schussing, where you see the mountain a whole different way.

    OpEdNews - Diary: Saving money and beating the system

  • There are two kinds of skiing -- hard work, straining, easily tiring, thinking yourself down the mountain, or effortless, easy, natural schussing, where you see the mountain a whole different way.

    Printing: Schussing or struggling through slopes and life

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