Meaning of wussy in English:


noun & adjectivewussies


See wuss

  • ‘He may look imposing here, but he's actually quite wussy.’
  • ‘You'll run the risk of looking and feeling weak and wussy.’
  • ‘As things stand, the voters seem to regard the concept as outmoded, a bit wussy, and definitely non-core.’
  • ‘I've always seen having tissues on your desk as a bit of a wussy move.’
  • ‘Just because you do nice things for people doesn't mean you have to be some kind of wussy pushover.’