Definition of sour-puss
- a frequently depressed person.
Citation from "The Cop", Reaper (TV, 2007), Season 1 Episode 8 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
Citation from "Love Is A Many Strangled Thing", The Simpsons (TV), Season 22 Episode 17 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
- See more words with the same meaning: to be sad, disappointed.
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'to be sad, disappointed':
|Definitions include: a person's story: what they would have you believe.|
|Definitions include: to not impress.|
|Definitions include: exclamation of unhappiness.|
|Definitions include: to severely beat up or injure.|
|Definitions include: annoyed, angry, upset, disappointed.|
|Definitions include: male genitalia.|
|Definitions include: "Bollocks" is also the present tense and plural form of bollock.|
|Definitions include: expression of dismay; "bummer".|
|Definitions include: to be sad.|
|Definitions include: used to denote general sorrow, despair, or disappointment.|
|Definitions include: phrase acknowledging or expressing sadness.|
|Definitions include: to disappoint.|
|Definitions include: anything, in speech.|
|Definitions include: feeling sad or depressed.|
|Definitions include: to feel sad, hurt, low.|
Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'puss':
|Definitions include: face.|
|Definitions include: to not go through with a plan because of fear.|
Other terms relating to 'sour':
|Definitions include: a statement (true or untrue, doesn't matter) made to negatively alter one person's opinion of another.|
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