Scouse

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Scouse

Brit informal
1. a person who lives in or comes from Liverpool
2. the dialect spoken by such a person
3. of or from Liverpool; Liverpudlian
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My kids enjoy it and they have picked up the Scouse accent already.
"I might still have the Scouse accent, but I love the North East too much to go back," he said.
Dr Paul Cooper, of the University of Liverpool, has carried out research into the history of dialects and confirmed what we have always known - that the Scouse accent is special.
Alisson, who arrived from Roma for a record [pounds sterling]67million, has to contend with the Scouse accent of players including Trent Alexander-Arnold and the training staff.
But then he emerged from court with a blonde fake WAG called Crystal in tow and read a series of jokes in a Scouse accent.
"I play Mrs Darling quite straight but then play the Magical Mermaid as a real down-to-earth Liverpool lass, heavy Scouse accent, the works.
The Liverpudlian Scouse accent, employed to devastating effect by Paul O'Grady's character Lily Savage, took second place.
He was surprised to hear it only beat the Scouse accent by one per cent.
'In Liverpool, as well as the traditional Scouse accent you will hear distinct Caribbean-Scouse, African-Scouse as well as Indian-Scouse accents.
Piers Morgan left his co-host Susanna Reid cringing when he put on an embarrassing Scouse accent and made fun ofLove Island contestant Hayley Hughesthis morning.
Christian Ziege has recalled how his daughter started talking with a Scouse accent - after spending just one year inLiverpool.