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Definition of a grouse

grouse

adjective

  • excellent; "awesome". Australian slang.
    Those socks are grouse!

    Last edited on Jun 10 2010. Submitted by Elisabeth from Melbourne, VIC, Australia on Sep 19 2004.

  • Good,Fine
    Person 1: It's a real grouse day today, missus!

    Person 2: Oh yeah, it's not half bad.

    Last edited on Feb 25 2019. Submitted by John Kitus from Boise, ID, USA on Jan 24 2012.

  • A good person or good looking
    Suzana's a grouse sheila(attrative girl) and grouse lookin' as well'

    Last edited on Feb 25 2019. Submitted by John Kitus from Boise, ID, USA on Jan 24 2012.

  • Slang for disgusting
    That was so grouse.

    Last edited on Oct 17 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 17 2014.

noun

  • a person who is good at complaining or grumbling.
    John is a bit of a grouse, but not a bad old bludger.

    Last edited on Feb 25 2019. Submitted by John Kitus from Boise, ID, USA on Jan 24 2012.

  • an evil duo

    Last edited on Oct 17 2014. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 17 2014.

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Definitions include: attractive, great, flawless; "awesome".
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Definitions include: very good.
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Definitions include: Comment said after someone else says something that is cool.
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