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buss

buss (arch.) sb. and vb. kiss. XVI. of uncert. orig.; cf. earlier †bass (XV).

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buss

bussbus, buss, concuss, cuss, fuss, Gus, huss, muss, plus, pus, Russ, sus, suss, thus, truss, us •trolleybus • minibus • blunderbuss

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