Sarse

n.1.A fine sieve; a searce.
v. t.1.To sift through a sarse.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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So he gallops close to the 'orse's legs, And he claps his head vithin; And the Bishop says, 'Sure as eggs is eggs, This here's the bold Turpin!' CHORUS And the Bishop says, 'Sure as eggs is eggs, This here's the bold Turpin!' II Says Turpin, 'You shall eat your words, With a sarse of leaden bul-let;' So he puts a pistol to his mouth, And he fires it down his gul-let.
SORRY SARSE, BUT I'VE NEVER DRIVEN ONE OF THOSE TRACTOR TRUCKS BEFORE.