One of several coins formerly used in France, worth a small amount. (noun)
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Use "sou" in a sentence
"I'm sorry for not talking about Iran election and after effects or Netanyahu settlements, or the grilling of the interior minister or the nationality for the sons of the Lebanese as it should, only that Michael Jackson was able to move the stagnant waters of the blog sou is amazed and shocked that so many care:"
"He also provided Rob with a species of hat, greatly to be admired for its symmetry and usefulness, as well as for a happy blending of the mariner with the coal-heaver; which is usually termed a sou'wester; and which was something of a novelty in connexion with the instrument business."
"He then put on an oil-skin cap, not unlike what is called by sailors a 'sou'-wester,' and stood watching the proceedings of his comrade, which were by no means as expeditious as his own; for that gentleman proceeded very leisurely to encase his feet in a pair of thick woollen stockings, and a pair of shoes more capable of resisting the wet than those which he then wore."