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Definition funny of Chauss:
a fecal stain in a toilet bowl. Can also be used as a verb. (to chauss)
After eating a pound of cheese Ted knew there was a good chance he'd chauss the porcelin.
chauss is an approving word, meaning that if you place it before or after a sentence, name or statement of any kind, it invokes the idea that it is "accepted" or "cool". formerly "cha", the creators decided that the current variation flowed better when said, being not as abrupt. for the definition of the verb form, please see chauss out
"man, that is one old-kid-chauss!" "total chauss"
Books about Chauss:
La Chauss E Des G Ants: Roman (French Edition) by Pierre Benot (Jan 11, 2010)
Cours D' Conomie Politique Profess L' Cole Nationale Des Ponts Et Chauss Es, Volume 2... (French Edition) by Clement Colson and Ecole Nationale Des Ponts Et Chauss Es (Nov 6, 2011)
Les p'tits pieds d'Hélène sont bien mal chaussés by Valentine et Henri GAUME (2000)
Encyclopedie De L'Ingenieur Ou Dictionnaire Des Ponts Et Chauss?es by J. R. Delaistre (Dec 31, 1811)
Notices Biographiques Sur Les Ing Nieurs Des Ponts Et Chauss Es: Depuis La Cr Ation Du Corps, En 1716, Jusqu'... by Franois-Pierre-H Ta De Saint-Hardouin (Jan 10, 2010)
L'Hermite de La Chauss E-D'Antin: Ou, Observations Sur Les M Urs Et Les Usages Parisiens [By V.J. . de Jouy].... by Victor Joseph Tienne De Jouy (Jan 11, 2010)
L'Hermite de La Chauss E-D'Antin, Ou, Observations Sur Les Moeurs Et Les Usages Fran Ais Au Commencement Du Xixe... by Etienne De Jouy (Oct 5, 2010)
Wiki information Chauss:
Chaussin is a commune in the Jura department in Franche-Comté in eastern France.
Chaussee is an historic term used in German-speaking countries for early, metalled, rural highways, designed by road engineers, as opposed to the hitherto, traditional, unpaved country roads. The term is no longer used in modern road construction,...