1. cusp- => cusp.
- cusp (n.)
- 1580s, from Latin cuspis "point, spear, pointed end, head," which is of unknown origin. Astrological use is earliest.
- 1. I am sitting on the cusp of middle age.
- 2. Mr Short's behaviour is only on the cusp of acceptability.
- 3. the cusp of a leaf
- 4. A cusp is also called a stationary point or point of retrogression gression.
- 5. Cluster survey of cusp reconnection and its IMF dependence.
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