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us, ous
US, OUSóCont.
buss
hus
thus
truss
us
bulbous
bumptious
callous
caucus
cautious
circus
crocus
discuss
focus
gracious
grievous
heinous
litmus
mucus
nervous
nimbu-
pious
porous
rebus
vicious
amorous
arquebus
bibulous
blasphemous
boisterous
clamorous
credulous
curious
dangerous
delicious
dolorous
emulous
fabulous
frivolous
garrulous
generous
glorious
tyrannous
valorous
venomous
vigorous
villainous
adventurous
adulteress
ambiguous
calamitous
cadaverous
calcareous
cantankerous
diaphanous
fortuitous
gratuitous
harmonious
hilarious
hocus-pocus
idolatrous
ignis fatuus
impecunious
Impetuous
ignoramus
Incredulous
glutinous
gluttonous
hazardous
hideous
humorous
Impetuous
incubus
Infamous
lecherous
libellous
litigious
luminous
marvellous
mischievous
mountainous
mutinous
numerous
odious
odorous
ominous
omnibus
overplus
perilous
poisonous
ponderous
populous
prosperous
pugnacious
ravenous
rigorous
riotous
ruinous
scandalous
scrupulous
sedulous
serious
slanderous
sonorous
stimulous
timorous
traitorous
treacherous
indigenous
libidinous
oleaginous
magnanimous
miraculous
necessitous
obstreperous
odoriferous
omnivorous
pachydermatous
ridiculous
solicitous
somniferous
thaumaturgus
victorious
viviparous
vociferous
ubiquitous
unanimous
ungenerous
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booze
accuse
bruise
amuse
cnoose
diffuse
lose
disuse (verb)
muse
excuse
noose
Infuse
ooze
misuse
ruse
peruse
shoes
refuse
use (verb)
suffuse
abuse
transfuse
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