verb (used with object), choused, chous·ing.
- chou shu-jen,
- choux pastry,
- chow chow,
- chow down
Origin of chouse
Examples from the Web for chouse
Chouse jumped out before the boat had even touched the bank.
We don't have any chickens or turkeys, so Chouse couldn't very well get into mischief at my house.
Just the same, Chouse was waiting for her this morning outside her bedroom door.
Greta decided that Chouse had not come along this street, so she walked back to the bridge and started down another street.
The minute that Hans started toward the boat, Chouse always jumped in ahead of him.
"swindler, swindle," 1650s, said to be from Turkish chaush "sergeant, herald, messenger," but the sense connection is obscure.