ouse ouse


  • (n) a river in northeastern England that flows generally southeastward to join the Trent River and form the Humber


  1. I do like to 'ave a good 'ot soak once in a while, after cleanin' out the 'en 'ouse.
  2. Picking up some local Scouse lingo, I decided to lap up life and have a bevvy at an ale'ouse.


  • Pohills Celebrate 60 Years

    Allen and Pat (Ritenour) Polhill of Milledgeville are celebrating their 60th Wedding Anniversay with an open ouse on June 29th from 4-8 p.m. at The Other Bar Banquet Hall, 436 N Main St, Milledgeville. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. The omission of gifts has been requested.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Prairie Advocate


  1. "I feel like Ouse is going to have a breakout game really soon," said James. "His ability to run is going to be a definite challenge to their big men. He's going to have to get out there and get the easy baskets, especially in our transition...
    on Dec 7, 2007 By: Dominic James Source: Bucknuts.com

  2. Mr Lansley said: "Wind turbines can make a useful contribution to renewable energy, but they must be well sited. The proposal at Cotton Farm would be highly visually intrusive. It would dominate rural and landscape views over the Ouse Valley and...
    on May 29, 2008 By: Andrew Lansley Source: Cambridge Evening News

  3. "But he thrives on controversy," said Dettori. "It's like water off a duck's back. After he got arrested, he was racing the next day. There were 500 cameras, news teams, security. I would have thought twice about going out of the 'ouse but he...
    on Sep 24, 2004 By: Frankie Dettori Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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