from The Century Dictionary.

  • See cuishes.


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  • Kirk cushies up to China because he thinks it's just fine to sell our country to slave holders.

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  • We'll light the symbolic grille with a handful of hickory chips and plunder the depths of huge coolers and buy lots of can cushies with car numbers on them and dial in our scanners and snicker at the Gordon fans.

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  • There was the whiteness and stillness of snow over everything, and I mind me how my mind would cling to wee things, like the footprints of rabbits, and the wee bits of grey fur here and there, and the flight of cushies in the trees, to come back with a start to the _Gull_ away out in the Firth, and Dan on board of her.

    The McBrides A Romance of Arran

  • A lonely eerie place for a night vigil, with nothing but waterfowl and cushies for company; and on a

    The McBrides A Romance of Arran


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