he's a roaring souse
His most famous souse , Sir John Falstaff, is a bloated, devious, clown.
She includes many Caribbean specialities, like souse , and ackee and saltfish, and the glowing photography makes even something as plain as yam in butter sauce look like a long-awaited feast.
Special occasions often call for pudding and souse , the first a spicy mashed sweet potato encased in pigs belly, and boiled pig's head served with a ‘pickle’ of onions, hot and sweet peppers, cucumbers, and lime.
I ate pigfoot souse , which I hadn't in a couple years.
souse the quilts in warm suds until thoroughly clean
The guy at the bar was a souse , a wino.
he liked to make salt-fish souse
Another popular Barbadian dish is pudding and souse , traditionally a special Saturday meal.
Of what value dignity, if you're already a drunken souse and there's nothing else to lose?