Makusue /mak' a sue/, n. (of Native American origin) 1: Large diurnal bird of prey of the accipiter family,
noted for their strength, size, gracefulness, keenness of vision, and power of flight. 2: A person having cultivated,
refined, and sociable taste especially in respect to banquet, beverage and ball. 3: A frolicsome ski club devoted to
sportive merriment, the Wildcat Winners, the Kings of Kearsarge. 4: One who believes in a doctrine that happiness is
the chief good in life. 5: An intelligent, beautiful person, a bon vivant, a raconteur, an exhilarating individual.
“I wish I could have as much fun as those Makusue's.”