Then I soused my head in the cool stream, dashed the water upon my arms and came up dripping and gasping!
Sidenote: Sir Tristram souses Sir Dagonet in the well Now when Sir Tristram felt the prick of Sir Dagonet's sword, a certain part of his memory of knighthood came back to him and he was seized with a sudden fury against Sir Dagonet.
Ye've been that honored I'm blest if I can bear to souse ye in dish-water.
So the surgeon soused the joint, wound and all, with iodine; the youth meanwhile staring blandly up at the ceiling with his arms crossed on his wide breast.
Add to this nine gallons of fresh water, and in this solution souse the skin for two, or three, or four days.
If de grease won't cut, souse 'em wit' lye.
In the midst of it, now rolling her dripping bottom clear, now sousing her deck-load of lumber far above the guards, a coasting steam-schooner was lumbering drunkenly into port.
As for that sword, I may tell you that he took it away from a knight who came hither to threaten his life, and he soused that knight into the well so that he was wellnigh drowned."
Shoved me right in, so quick I didn't know what the Devil was the matter, until I soused kersplash!
Sidenote: Sir Tristram souses Sir Kay in the water Then Sir Kay rode to where Sir Tristram was, and he said: "Sirrah, why did you souse Sir Dagonet into the water?"
He drew a bucket of water, and bared his muscular arms, then, after washing them, soused his curly hair and begrimed face, and came out wonderfully brightened by the operation.
After making a brief toilet by sousing our several faces in a pail of water, we have just breakfasted--sketchily-- on wine and almonds.
But on some lucky day (as when they found A lost bank note, or heard their son was drowned), At such a feast old vinegar to spare Is what two souls so generous cannot bear: Oil, though it stink, they drop by drop impart, But souse the cabbage with a bounteous heart."
On getting an old dress and a bonnet from her unloved aunt Glegg, she bastes the frock along with the roast beef on the following Sunday, and souses the bonnet under the pump.
Know the gallant monarch is in arms And like an eagle o'er his aery tow'rs To souse annoyance that comes near his nest.