[ UK /wˈʊs/ ]
[ US /ˈwəs/ ]
  1. a person who is physically weak and ineffectual
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  • Rupert Grint is adorable as a wuss (his sleeptalking "tapdancing spiders" bit? so funny). Evolver Diary Entry
  • I'm the slightly more wussy guy who is one step away from dislocating his neck due to headbanging, and Adam's the big kickboxing man into happy hardcore dance
  • One of the wussiest bands in history, for those of you scoring at home WIL WHEATON dot NET: 1.5: September 2001 Archives
  • James Forsyth on CoffeeHouse in congratulating Osborne for his intervention describes him as having been in the past "a woose", need SeanT's views on correct spelling surely its "a wuss"? and anyway he isn't going anywhere soon Politicalbetting.com
  • For all the whiff of street danger, this is a notably wussy, non-violent picture.
  • In other news: after five years in the South I am officially a wuss about the cold.
  • I'm a big wuss, which is why I haven't been reading him. February 2007
  • waaah waaah somebody call mandolin a waaaaahmbulance. what a repuke wussy. Think Progress » ThinkFast: December 26, 2006
  • I think I've thought up an appropriate competitor name The Paper...you know, like The Rock, only wussier, but I haven't come up with any fake biographical information, a fake self-reported skill level, or anything like that, because I've been too busy...well, too lazy. My meager attempt to spice things up.
  • Notes that NRO also can't mention military bloat for fear of being labelled wussy/girly/soft on terrorism. Kerrynomics: Republican Economics circa 1999
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