Definition of Scourse

1. v. t. See Scorse.



Definition of Scourse

1. to exchange [v SCOURSED, SCOURSING, SCOURSES] - See also: exchange

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scourse

scourges
scourgest
scourgeth
scourging
scourie
scouries
scouring
scouring pad
scouring pads
scouring powder
scouring powders
scouring rush
scouring rushes
scourings
scours
scourse (current term)
scoursed
scourses
scoursing
scouse
scouser
scousers
scouses
scout car
scout film
scout group
scout out
scout radiograph
scout troop

Literary usage of Scourse

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1. An Analytical Digest of the Reported Cases in the Courts of Equity, and the by Richard Whalley Bridgman, Great Britain Courts, Great Britain Parliament, Ireland Courts, Ireland Parliament (1828)
"... the creditors who have obtained grants of the estate are paid ; but cases may arise in which thi scourse is varied by orders of the court of Exchequer, ..."

2. A Glossary of Tudor and Stuart Words: Especially from the Dramatists by Walter William Skeat, Anthony Lawson Mayhew (1914)
"'scourse, for discourse; with a quibbling reference to scourse or scorse, to barter. B. Jonson, Tale of a Tub, i. 2 (Pan). scout, a slang term for a watch, ..."

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