- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of welsh.
“If cancelled, it welshes on the deal and seeks to avoid detection.”
“When the state, as a matter of policy, refuses under any circumstances to execute murderers, it welshes on the deal that brought the state into existence in the first place and undermines its legitmacy.”
“If Musharraf tries to work around the election results and welshes on his promise to step down he could be faced with Kayani taking more direct action to remove him.”
“I guess I could probably jerry rig my brother's car together in order to get there, but what if someone else welshes on their meal?”
“STRANGERS ON A TRAIN: Man welshes on a deal to trade murders, gets away with it.”
“Skipper lip: A person whose word is no good, someone who welshes on bets.”
“Bill says: "I'll bet you $10 that Fred welshes on his bet if he loses.”
“You can’t blame Ogilvie if he welshes on this merger.”
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