MEANING: verb tr.: 1. To soak or steep.
2. To pickle, cook in a marinade, etc.
3. To make intoxicated.
noun: 1. Something or someone soaked.
2. The liquid used in soaking.
3. Food steeped in pickle; also such liquid.
4. A drunkard.
5. A period of heavy drinking.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old French souser (to pickle). Earliest documented use: verb: 1387, noun: 1391.

SOUSAE - more than one march

SOUME - if you don't like it, take me to court

SHOUSE - what you protect your feete with