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crouse

 (kro͞os)
adj. Scots
Lively; vivacious.

[Middle English crous, fierce, bold, perhaps from Middle Flemish cruus, curly, bold.]

crouse

(kruːs)
adj
dialect Scot and Northern English lively, confident, or saucy
[C14 (Scottish and Northern) English: from Middle Low German krūs twisted, curled, confused]

crouse

(krus)

adj. Scot.
brisk; energetic.
[1250–1300; Middle English crus, crous fierce, bold, violent < Middle Low German or Frisian krūs crisp; c. German kraus]
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