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The Jargon File (version 4.4.7, 29 Dec 2003):

cuspy /kuhs'pee/, adj. [WPI: from the DEC abbreviation CUSP, for ?Commonly Used System Program?, i.e., a utility program used by many people. Now rare.] 1. (of a program) Well-written. 2. Functionally excellent. A program that performs well and interfaces well to users is cuspy. Oppose rude. 3. [NYU] Said of an attractive woman, especially one regarded as available. Implies a certain curvaceousness.
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (18 March 2015):

cuspy /kuhs'pee/ [WPI: from the DEC abbreviation CUSP, for "Commonly Used System Program", i.e. a utility program used by many people] 1. (of a program) Well-written. 2. Functionally excellent. A program that performs well and interfaces well to users is cuspy. See rude. [Jargon File]