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Sus(1)

adjective; clipping
Suspicious or sketchy in nature.
 
This adjective is a shortening of the word, “suspicious”, clipping it down to its first syllabus. This most likely occurred due to the shortening and simplifying nature of conversations in the modern day. This word is typically applied as an adjective to people instead of other nouns, as well; usages range from the traditional use of suspicious (labelling a person as unsavory or dangerous) to “shipping” a couple.
Etymology : Similar to “suspicious” in etymology.
Source : “Wow, you two are sus.” (conversation with friend, 9/27/16)
Last modified: 7 December 2016


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