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  • v. Obsolete form of scorse.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. See scorse.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • The word seems to have been used chiefly with ref. to trading in horses, and prob. arose by confusion from course, also written coarse, and the orig. courser, esp. in the comp. horse-courser, which alternated with horse-scourser: see course, courser.]
  • To exchange; barter; trade; swap: as, to scourse horses.
  • To make an exchange; exchange; trade.
  • To run; scamper; hurry; skurry.
  • n. Discourse.


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