Scorse (? ∨ ?), n. [Cf. It. scorsa a course, and E. discourse.]

Barter; exchange; trade.

[Obs.]

And recompensed them with a better scorse. Spenser.

 

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Scorse, v. t. [Written also scourse, and scoss.]

1.

To barter or exchange.

[Obs.]

Spenser.

2.

To chase.

[Obs.]

Spenser.

 

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Scorse, v. i.

To deal for the purchase of anything; to practice barter.

[Obs.]

B. Jonson.

 

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