What is another word for scouse?

Pronunciation: [skˈa͡ʊs] (IPA)

Scouse is a term used to describe the accent and dialect of people from Liverpool, a city in the north-west of England. Some common synonyms for scouse include Liverpool accent, Merseyside dialect, Scouse tongue, and Liverpudlian slang. Some popular Scouse words and phrases include "boss" (meaning great or excellent), "la" (used as a term of endearment), and "sound" (meaning good or alright). Other regional accents and dialects in the UK include Cockney, Geordie, Brummie, and Glaswegian. While these accents and dialects may share some similarities, they each have their own unique features and quirks.

Synonyms for Scouse:

  • n.

    lobscouse lobscuse
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What are the hypernyms for Scouse?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Scouse

"This is scouse," Joe told me.
"The Harbor"
Ernest Poole
Go in for salt pork, plum duff, and lop-scouse, an' you'll git well 'fore you kin say Jack Rubinson.
"The Madman and the Pirate"
R.M. Ballantyne
Tell that lazy Portugee to make some puddin' and tell him to get some bread scouse ready for the crew.
"Yankee Ships and Yankee Sailors: Tales of 1812"
James Barnes

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