adjective Scot. and North England.
Origin of crouse
Related formscrouse·ly, adverb
Definition for crouse (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for crouse
But even in the world Crouse described, there was still some surprising ideological, economic, and cultural diversity.Wendy Davis’s Shoes and America’s Ideologically Monochromatic Newsrooms|Stuart Stevens|July 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
For a home that she recently sold for $2 million, Crouse advised the builder to add a generator as a selling point.After Storm, Who’s Got the Real Power? Look for Backup Generators|Daniel Gross|October 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Crouse says none of the other council members will comment on the mural or the recall, either.
Craske is an East Anglian word for fat, and Crouse is used in the north for sprightly, confident.The Romance of Names|Ernest Weekley
Then the boys saw the unknown Germans give Crouse some money.The Rover Boys on a Hunt|Arthur M. Winfield (Edward Stratemeyer)
But about a year after a friend meets him at Gledsmuir merkit as crouse as ever.The Half-Hearted|John Buchan
They first took out the brown horse and landed her at the park, Mr Crouse holding her behind the boat.History of the Johnstown Flood|Willis Fletcher Johnson
Never was chanticleer so crouse on his own dung-hill, as Johnny Darbyshire was in his own house.Stories of Comedy|Various