"souse them well," said Kisseck, and Davy Corteen sprinkled salt on the herrings as they lay in the hold.
But yesterday and today I enjoyed the chance to soap myself and souse.
When cold, remove any surplus grease from the top of "souse."
Down they both went to the bottom, wid a souse you'd hear half a mile off.
Now go your ways upstairs and get a souse to freshen yoursel for tea.
I'll souse that Thompson underground some of these fine days!
If boiling for souse cook till the meat and gristle fall from the bones.
Ive got a dipper here and Ill souse you both with cold water!
I will make believe the plates, cups and saucers are the enemy, and I will charge on them and souse them.
After she did souse me in the tub under the pump I felt better.
something steeped in pickle, especially "pig parts preserved and pickled," mid-15c., earlier "liquid for pickling" (late 14c.), from souse (v.) or from its French source.
[fr an extension of souse, ''pickle brine, something pickled,'' hence semantically akin to soak, ''drunkard,'' and pickled, ''drunk'']