Split me asunder if he would not say that I had choused him!
But the Mayor is not going to be choused out of his guests; don't you believe it!
The crocodile had “choused” him out of his favourite supper.
He was bubbled by every Neighbour he dealt with, and choused by every Tenant he trusted.
But in the matter of his sweet self, he had been choused, as he termed it.
But we are choused in this confounded corner of the world in every way.
But am I to be choused out of my fee—as out of other things!
And this is all the reply you have to make to the complaints of those whom you have choused.
A bad father would be the joy of my life; 'twould be all fair play there; the more he was choused the better.'
Nay, good sir devil, replied the farmer; how can I be said to have choused you, since it was your worship that chose first?