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"Don't waste your time on the big souse, Jim," said Elaine clutching at the arm of the man who had threatened her.
THE BOY GREW OLDERHEYWOOD BROUN
Tubs and hose on deck supplied ample means for the morning souse.
Souse Manhattan Island two feet deep in fresh water, and wouldn't the price of quinine rise?
PALMETTO-LEAVESHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
Now unless Aimwell has made good use of his time, all our fair machine goes souse into the sea like the Eddystone.
THE BEAUX-STRATAGEMGEORGE FARQUHAR
I love to stoop to my prey, and to have it in my power to souse at, when I please.
I went, hitting trees and thumping all the wind out of me against the earth, and at last—souse into the snow!
BEAR BROWNIEH. P. ROBINSON
If you wish to souse them when cold, turn boiling vinegar on them, spiced with pepper-corns, and mace.
And how ridiculously would they have stood themselves beside the brawn, pudding, and souse!
THE HOLY EARTHL. H. BAILEY
And the schooner meanwhile slipt like a racer through the pass, and met the long sea of the open ocean with a souse of spray.
THE EBB-TIDEROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON AND LLOYDE OSBOURNE

WORDS RELATED TO SOUSE

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