- v cover with liquid; pour liquid onto
- v immerse briefly into a liquid so as to wet, coat, or saturate
- v become drunk or drink excessively
- v cook in a marinade
- s very drunk
- In a sun-drenched Riviera villa, high above champagne-soused Nice, lives the ex-Caliph of Islam who has no successor.
- On another occasion he was too soused to leave his plane to meet with the Irish Prime Minister even as aides committed the ultimate lese majeste and slapped him hard to bring .
- By the time Glen Campbell got to Phoenix, he was soused.
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- Arcata Main Street's 23rd Annual Oyster Festival
More oysters on one block than you've ever seen. Grilled, raw, soused and adorned -- prepared by local restaurateurs. Live music. Oyster shuck-and-suck contest. Oyster calling contest. Long lines for beer. Delicious fish tacos and pizza, for you bivalve-shunners. This is where you want to be today.
June 15, 2013 - The North Coast Journal
- Rob Hyman in Philadelphia Inquirer
You can walk into any bar in Germany,says Rob Hyman, cofounder of the band, "and sing 'Johnny B' and they're going to go . . . He throws a fist in the air and in a soused Teutonic accent bellows, the Hooters!"