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souse

Sou vs Souse - What's the difference?

sou | souse |


As nouns the difference between sou and souse

is that sou is an old French copper coin while souse is something kept or steeped in brine.

As a verb souse is

to immerse in liquid; to steep or drench.

Souse - What does it mean?

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Puddin vs Souse - What's the difference?

puddin | souse |


As a noun souse is

something kept or steeped in brine or souse can be the act of sousing, or swooping or souse can be (label) sou (the french coin).

As a verb souse is

to immerse in liquid; to steep or drench or souse can be to strike, beat.

Souse vs Kouse - What's the difference?

souse | kouse |


As nouns the difference between souse and kouse

is that souse is something kept or steeped in brine while kouse is a plant or herb with edible roots, in the genus genus: Lomatium, used in traditional Native American foods and medicines.

As a verb souse

is to immerse in liquid; to steep or drench.

Nouse vs Souse - What's the difference?

nouse | souse |


As nouns the difference between nouse and souse

is that nouse is (neologism) a form of computer mouse operated with the nose while souse is something kept or steeped in brine or souse can be the act of sousing, or swooping or souse can be (label) sou (the french coin).

As a verb souse is

to immerse in liquid; to steep or drench or souse can be to strike, beat.

Ouse vs Souse - What's the difference?

ouse | souse |


As verbs the difference between ouse and souse

is that ouse is while souse is to immerse in liquid; to steep or drench or souse can be to strike, beat.

As a noun souse is

something kept or steeped in brine or souse can be the act of sousing, or swooping or souse can be (label) sou (the french coin).

Youse vs Souse - What's the difference?

youse | souse |


As a pronoun youse

is alternative form of lang=en.

As a contraction youse

is alternative form of you'se|lang=en.

As a noun souse is

something kept or steeped in brine.

As a verb souse is

to immerse in liquid; to steep or drench.

Souse vs Spouse - What's the difference?

souse | spouse |


As nouns the difference between souse and spouse

is that souse is something kept or steeped in brine while spouse is a person's husband or wife.

As verbs the difference between souse and spouse

is that souse is to immerse in liquid; to steep or drench while spouse is to wed; to espouse.

Souce vs Souse - What's the difference?

souce | souse |


As verbs the difference between souce and souse

is that souce is while souse is to immerse in liquid; to steep or drench or souse can be to strike, beat.

As nouns the difference between souce and souse

is that souce is while souse is something kept or steeped in brine or souse can be the act of sousing, or swooping or souse can be (label) sou (the french coin).

Bouse vs Souse - What's the difference?

bouse | souse |


As nouns the difference between bouse and souse

is that bouse is cowpat while souse is something kept or steeped in brine or souse can be the act of sousing, or swooping or souse can be (label) sou (the french coin).

As a verb souse is

to immerse in liquid; to steep or drench or souse can be to strike, beat.

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