Note: these 'words' (valid or invalid) are all the permutations of the word sus. These words are obtained by scrambling the letters in sus.
Definitions and meaning of sus
Clipping of suspicion.
(Britain, informal) Suspicion (in terms of a sus law).
2002, Simon James, British Government: A Reader in Policy Making (page 84)
The committee […] said ‘sus’ had acquired a symbolic significance out of all proportion to its significance as a criminal charge.
Clipping of suspicious.
sus (comparativemore sus, superlativemost sus)
(slang) Suspicious; having suspicions or questions.
(slang) Suspicious; raising suspicions, causing people to have suspicions.
1972, Frank Norman, The lives of Frank Norman: told in extracts from his autobiographical books Banana boy, Stand on me, Bang to rights, The guntz:
Why this should be I will never know except I might be a pretty sus looking geezer or something. They took about six of us who were in the cafe down the nick and dubbed us up in separate peters. After a long while these two bogies came into ...
U.S.S., USS, USs, us's
From Dutchzus, shortening of zuster. Equivalent to a shortening of suster.
sus (pluralsusse, diminutivesussie)
sister (female sibling)
ãnsus, nsus, nsusu, susu
From Late Latinsūsum, from Latinsursūm. Compare Romaniansus.
Probably a shortening of susmaryosep.
used as an expression of anger, frustration or disbelief