Chiefly Northern U.S. You. Used in addressing two or more people or referring to two or more people, one of whom is addressed. See Notes at you-all, you-uns.(pronoun)
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Use "youse" in a sentence
"If youse play fair, mabbe youse'll get a look-in on de rake-off; if youse throws me down, the first shot I fires won't miss _youse_."
"Surely youse is not trying to suggest that, after all the other white bankers left the table and you were the only white one left, the black guys thought you were 'one of them'!?!"
"I know this is not quite about the subject but Linuxera you using the word youse has suprised me, are you an Ozzie too?"