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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishScouseScouse /skaʊs/ noun [uncountable] British English  SLthe way of speaking that is typical of people from LiverpoolScouse adjective
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ScouseWe have actually been spending net amounts similar to Scum, Scouse and Blackburn over this period.Now the people of Merseyside can choose their top Scouse personalities in seven different categories.The combination of Scotch, cigarettes and Liverpool have produced a unique Scouse growl.
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