Definition of "buss" [buss]

  • To kiss. (verb-transitive)
  • A kiss. (noun)

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Use "buss" in a sentence
  • "THELMA GUTIERREZ, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): Armed with listing sheets and info on comparable properties, these buyers filled two boldly titled buss eager to find a deal among the hundreds of foreclosed properties in Stockton, California."
  • "I don't know how much I want to rely on Buss -- "buss" means "kiss," by the way -- because he doesn't seem sensitive enough to the problem of self-reporting."
  • "She received me with a hug and a hearty "buss," as she called that salutation, and was evidently glad to see me."