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- interjection A
formal affirmative response, addressed to a man; yes.
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"yassuh" any more, and at this moment I would have no idea where in all of Lafayette County I could find a good mule.
I'd be poor, and I'd probably be down in my hometown, washing windows or running an elevator, and saying 'yassuh' and 'nawsuh,' and knowing my place. "
I don't deal with the cops in any fashion but yassuh!
Fascism today looks like... business suits, press conferences, news stories of heroic and victimised soldiers, pleas for "unity" in the face of "the enemy," and childish phrases like "the war on terror" and "intelligence failures" swallowed mindlessly by a cowardly, obedient or otherwise yassuh-bossing press corp.
Instead of trying to be a good little boy and do what the white establishment wants and condemning your own, you really should be supporting him or just concede and say yassuh massur for the rest of your life.
Dere been big dawgs high as street-cyar, yassuh, high as dat street-cyar.
"Yassuh, yassuh," said the old negro, and with no insolence whatever he guffawed loudly.
"Yassuh, at fus '; at fus', yassuh; wid dem and dey young leadeh.