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souse

Falconry of hawks or falcons
a sudden downward swoop

corbel

corbel, 2
brick wall having a corbel, 1
1. In masonry, a projection or one of a series of projections, each stepped progressively outward with increasing height, and usually projecting from a wall or chimney; serves as a support for an overhanging member or course, 1 above, or as a purely decorative element.
2. A projecting stone that supports a superincumbent weight.
3. A heavy bracket, often decorated, that is set into an adobe wall to act as a bearing surface to support a roof beam.
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In other words, souses who like to suck back a pint of Alexander Keith's with their fiddleheads are paying a bit more than they would if they were sucking back a locally brewed Moosehead.
In the true Brit spirit of alcoholism though there were still a few hardy souses from Blighty who stayed anchored to the beach side bar.
As his players burst into top gear from a jog Bert made a series of bizarre souses, sounding like a man possessed.