Entry from British & World English dictionary
Definition of wersh in English:
adjectiveScottish & Northern English
Lacking flavour; weak or insipid.
- He tried a sip of the beer but he disliked it even more than the whisky: it had a wersh insipid flavour.
- He was a wersh-lookin' soul, and I couldna understand the half o' his English tongue.
- The soul sickens at the monotonous sweetness of such a wersh existence.
Late 15th century: of uncertain origin.
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