Scouser

NOUN
  1. a native or resident of Liverpool
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How To Use Scouser In A Sentence

  • All is quiet on the scouser front. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is not a dyed-in-the-wool scouser. The Sun
  • Such findings could be seen as simply reinforcing stereotypes, such as that of the sharp scouser. Times, Sunday Times
  • Bob was a Scouser, he had a Scouse sense of humour and people thought he was terrific, the kids thought he was great as well.
  • The Scouser was left laughing at his own miss in the second half with the goal gaping. The Sun
  • To further the debate, or for a cheap gag against a Scouser with a very-slightly wonky gob, who has the temerity to be married to the most powerful man in the country without even ever killing a fox?
  • He is not a dyed-in-the-wool scouser. The Sun
  • REEVES: Chris Cairns is a scouser and a professional comic. Americans Own Liverpool Soccer Club. Now What?
  • My goalie, Jamie Jones, is a scouser, and they're quick off the mark. Barry Hearn: Apart from Leyton Orient, everything is turning a profit
  • Ten red cards have been issued in the past 11 meetings alone, the Australian receiving one of them, but, immersed in all things Everton and with four career goals against Liverpool, it is a fixture that evidently means as much to the man from Sydney as any scouser. Liverpool spent their own way into trouble, says Everton's Tim Cahill
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