Definition of stooshie in English:

stooshie

Line breaks: stoo|shie
Pronunciation: /ˈstʊʃi
 
/
(also stushie)

noun

Scottish informal
A row or fracas.
More example sentences
  • He also travels a lot and has had several stushies with major airlines.
  • And there tends to be a bit of a stushie when the men with clipboards lock horns with the men of the cloth; remember the hoo-hah when they carbon-dated the Turin shroud?
  • The boy prefers ball-handling skills and astute back-up play to physical confrontation; the man is one of the game's great enforcers and loves a stushie.

Origin

early 19th century: of unknown origin.

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