MEANING: adjective:
1. Easy; not burdensome.
2. Soft; comfortable.

ETYMOLOGY: From Hindi/Urdu khushi (pleasure, happiness), from Persian khushi. The second sense probably influenced by the word cushion. Earliest documented use: 1887.

CRUSHY - using an inappropriately strong handshake

CUSSY - afflicted with Tourette's Syndrome, blurting out offensive words uncontrollably

C.U., SAY - name an organization purporting to be for consumers' protection ["Consumers' Union"]