In the heavy battery of a sou'west gale, the boats drove apart.
He had not a sou of money for his passage, as he had not even been able to pay for an emigrant's ticket.
And old Quiller, the fisherman, removed his sou'wester from his snowy head and peered at the visitor from under his hand.
A sou was so little and so easy to give, and there was also something so touching about the idea.
About tin years back I was crew to a sou' Boston market-boat.
But the peasant is not lavish, and, for whole weeks, he did not bring back a sou.
Immediately on receiving Alie's message he came aft, and, having touched his sou'wester, waited for her to speak.
She even slipped twenty sou pieces into his waistcoat pocket.
A large bow window overlooks the park under a sou'-westerly sky.
But I can afford to laugh at his mayoralty; it doesn't bring him in a sou!