1. defeat someone through trickery or deceit
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How To Use chouse In A Sentence

  • “And why would he send a dern girl all the way up here to chouse us?” Telegraph Days
  • He loudly protested against being "choused" out of his bargain, and declared that he would bring two hundred men, if necessary, for the purpose of reclaiming his own. The Boy Slaves
  • The peculations of a certain "chiaus" in the year A.D. 1000 are said to have been the origin of the word "to chouse."] [96] {114} A phenomenon not uncommon with an angry Mussulman. The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 3
  • After the Indians wipe out enough of them you get your public outcry, and we go chouse the Indians out of the way. The Lonesome Dove Series
  • The crocodile had "choused" him out of his favourite supper. Popular Adventure Tales
  • Market being over, quoth the devil to the farmer, Well, clown, thou hast choused me once, it is thy fault; chouse me twice, Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • I have heard him spoken of as a charlatan, as a chameleon, as a chatterbox, and, by a man who had hoped that the KAISER would be hanged in Piccadilly Circus, as a chouser. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 159, November 10, 1920
  • Ah me! the loveliest of women has choused and cheated me. Lysistrata
  • A bad father would be the joy of my life; 'twould be all fair play there; the more he was choused the better. ' Camilla
  • I choused it over other because it can work with both MS Outlook and Outlook Express Outlook as a platform - Anil Dash
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