Definition of Souse. Meaning of Souse. Synonyms of Souse

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Definition of Souse

Souse
Souse Souse, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Soused; p. pr. & vb. n. Sousing.] [Cf. F. saucer to wet with sauce. See Souse pickle.] 1. To steep in pickle; to pickle. ``A soused gurnet.' --Shak. 2. To plunge or immerse in water or any liquid. They soused me over head and ears in water. --Addison. 3. To drench, as by an immersion; to wet throughly. Although I be well soused in this shower. --Gascoigne.
Souse
Sous Sous, Souse Souse (F. s[=oo]; colloq. Eng. sous), n. A corrupt form of Sou. [Obs.] --Colman, the Elder.
Souse
Souse Souse, n. The act of sousing, or swooping. As a falcon fair That once hath failed or her souse full near. --Spenser.
Souse
Souse Souse, adv. With a sudden swoop; violently. --Young.

Meaning of Souse from wikipedia

- Souse may refer to: Head cheese, a terrine usually made from the head of a pig or calf and set in a**** A food that has been pickled A habitual drunkard...
- construction and ingredients. A version pickled with vinegar is known as souse. Historically, meat jellies were made of the head of an animal, less its...
- film starring W. C. Fields. Set in Lompoc, California, Fields plays Egbert Sousé, a drunk who accidentally thwarts a bank robbery and ends up a bank security...
- "There Are No Airborne Rangers", "Glorious" (1950s college song), "The Souse Family", and "The California Drinking Song". Conversely, other short songs...
- and specially prepared seasonings. Blood sausage and souse, more commonly known as pudding and souse, is a Bajan delicacy usually prepared on w****ends and...
- fried flying fish with ****y gravy. Another traditional meal is pudding and souse, a dish of pickled pork with ****ed sweet potatoes. A wide variety of seafood...
- Philippines Zampone in Modena, Italy Manitas de cerdo in Spain Jokbal in Korea Souse in Barbados and St. Vincent and the Grenadines Spitzbein or Pfoten in German...
- The Good Luck of a "Souse" (French: Il y a un dieu pour les ivrognes) was a 1907 French short silent film by Georges Méliès. The film, of which only a...
- alcoholism; the expressions include tippler, drunkard, dipsomaniac and souse. In 1979, the World Health Organization discouraged the use of alcoholism...
- and flying fish with ****y gravy. Another traditional meal is pudding and souse, a dish of pickled pork with ****ed sweet potatoes. A wide variety of seafood...