I could live on lobscouse, or soap and bully, for a year, and thank God for getting more than I deserved.
Not to know the delights of a clam-bake, not to love chowder, to be ignorant of lobscouse!
He pours out his woes to her while she wipes away the tears from the lobscouse.
Not a taste of lobscouse will you lubbers get until you give up my hog.
Johansen preferred the “lobscouse,” while I had a weakness for the “fiskegratin.”
I will suppose that one of the hearers is a sailor, who would relish and appreciate a sausage or a lobscouse.
They love their music as they love their lobscouse, hot and strong and plenty.
It consisted of lobscouse, his favorite dish, followed by some good hot lime-juice grog.
lobscouse, lob′skows, n. a stew or hash with vegetables, a dish used at sea.
The object was seated at the dinner-table contending with her lobscouse, and did not feel his presence near.