Definitions

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  • noun Liverpudlian, colloquial A Liverpudlian.

Etymologies

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scouse +‎ -er, from scouse, a common stew in Liverpool.

Examples

  • But this joke which David claimed was OK because as Michael Howard was no longer leader he was unlikely to be sent to Liverpool to apologise) only inspired the toastmaster - a grey haired, red uniformed town-crier like figure) to offer: "What do you call a Scouser in a suit?"

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  • But this joke which David claimed was OK because as Michael Howard was no longer leader he was unlikely to be sent to Liverpool to apologise) only inspired the toastmaster - a grey haired, red uniformed town-crier like figure) to offer: "What do you call a Scouser in a suit?"

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  • Roy Sweeney, 64, a "Scouser" who moved home there in 1976 and runs a butchery business, added: "It's very nice, I can't say anything bad about it.

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  • If an Ozzy, or a Scouser, or a yank tried to take any one to court for caling them that, they would not get within a sniff of a barristers apron, Call any one from a country with a skin tone darker than pure driven snow, and you will be upü before the bench, hung drawn and quartered before lunch time.

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  • A Scouser failing to spot sarcasm is equally amazing.

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  • There is an extraordinary quote in the People from Sir Alex Ferguson about his dilemma whether to pick Michael Owen or Wayne Rooney against Basel: "Wayne always wants to play, so do I face a moaning-faced Scouser and go with the instinct of playing Owen?"

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  • The blogging Scouser wrote, This decision by Hicks to blurt out the meetings with Klinsmann to the Liverpool Echo newspaper, the paper that many Liverpudlians read, was inane. ...

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  • The blogging Scouser wrote, This decision by Hicks to blurt out the meetings with Klinsmann to the Liverpool Echo newspaper, the paper that many Liverpudlians read, was inane. ...

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  • Fowler, a Liverpudlian, had fulfilled the Scouser dream of becoming a star player for his hometown team.

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  • Fowler, a Liverpudlian, had fulfilled the Scouser dream of becoming a star player for his hometown team.

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