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Synonyms for scouse

a stew of meat and vegetables and hardtack that is eaten by sailors

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LIVERPOOL'S Food and Drink Festival was launched with the biggest Scouse sampling session the city has ever seen.
Two new versions of the dish was prepared - a sweet Scouse and a savoury Spanishinspired version.
The band that gave Oasis their first step on the ladder have become something of a Scouse institution, and it's easy to see why.
And in a final, perfect gesture of Scouse solidarity, Peter Hooton dedicated it all to Rhys Jones and Michael Shields.
We have assembled a panel of Scouse experts to judge each and every entry we receive and all you have to do to enter is call our special Scouse accent competition line.