suss



suss someone out

Sl. to try to figure someone out. I can't seem to suss Tom out. What a strange guy. I don't have any luck sussing out people I don't know well.
See also: out, suss

suss out

v.Slang
1. To infer or discover something; figure something out: The spy sussed out our plans before we began. I don't know his intentions, but I plan to suss them out.
2. To study and evaluate someone; size someone up: They sussed me out and decided I was trustworthy. She's good at sussing out people who apply for the job.
See also: out, suss

suss someone out

(ˈsəs...)
tv. to try to figure someone out. I can’t seem to suss Tom out. What a strange guy.
See also: out, suss

Common Names:

NameGenderPronouncedUsage
Gervaisezher-VEZFrench (Rare)
Bojana-Slovene, Macedonian, Serbian, Croatian
Hallvard-Norwegian
Ari (2)AH-ree (Finnish)Ancient Scandinavian, Icelandic, Finnish
Mahine-Persian
Arawn-Welsh Mythology