The Collaborative International Dictionary
Soss \Soss\ (?; 115), v. i. [Cf. Souse.]
To fall at once into a chair or seat; to sit lazily. [Obs.]
Soss \Soss\, v. t.
To throw in a negligent or careless manner; to toss. [Obs.]
Soss \Soss\, n.
A lazy fellow. [Obs.]
A heavy fall. [Prov. Eng.]
Soss \Soss\, n. [See Sesspol.] Anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle. [Prov. Eng.]
Etymology 1 n. (context UK dialect English) Anything dirty or muddy; a dirty puddle. Etymology 2
n. 1 (context obsolete English) A lazy fellow. 2 A heavy fall. vb. 1 To fall suddenly into a chair or seat; to sit lazily. 2 To throw in a negligent or careless manner; to toss.
Usage examples of "soss".
Do you think we want it sending out soss when we fire a warning shot across its bows?
Do you think carreras wanted you sending out soss all over the atlantic the moment he took off?
Then he kept to the back streets, and found a place that did a very reasonable Double Soss, Egg, Bacon and Fried Slice, in the hope that food could replace sleep.