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crouse

play
adjective \ˈkrüs\

Definition of crouse

chiefly Scottish

  1. :  brisk, lively



Origin and Etymology of crouse

Middle English


First Known Use: 15th century


Crouse

play
biographical name \ˈkrau̇s\

Definition of Crouse

  1. Russel 1893–1966 Am. journalist & dram.




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