Definition of Soupers

1. Noun. (plural of souper) ¹



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Definition of Soupers

1. souper [n] - See also: souper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soupers

soup kitchen
soup kitchens
soup ladle
soup plate
soup sandwich
soup spoon
soup up
soupcon
soupcons
soupe-maigre
soupe du jour
souped
souped-up
souper
souperism
soupers (current term)
soupes-maigres
soupfin
soupfin shark
soupfins
soupier
soupiest
soupily
soupiness
souping
souple
soupled
souples
soupless
souplike

Literary usage of Soupers

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1. The Old Régime: Courts, Salons, and Theatres by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1880)
""—The King's Petits-soupers.—The King's Morals in Danger.—Horace, Virgil, and Voltaire.—Jealousy of Piron.—The Laurel Crown of Glory.—Les Modes Pompadour. ..."

2. The Old Régime: Court, Salons, and Theatres by Elliot Jackson, Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1896)
"'La Reine de Navarre."—" Le Temple de la Gloire." — " Trajan, est il Content ? " — The King's Petits soupers. — The King's Morals in Danger ..."

3. Women Artists in All Ages and Countries by Elizabeth Fries Ellet (1859)
"I'd its soupers.—The Grecian Banquet.—Reports concerning it—Departure from France.—Triumphal Progress.—Reception in Bologna. —In Rome.—In Naples. ..."

4. The Court of the Tuileries from the Restoration to the Flight of Louis Philippe by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1897)
"The Opera and Opera Stars. — Madame la Comtesse Merlin. —Grand Musical Reunions. — Petits soupers Fins.— The Literary Salons. — Private Concerts at Neuilly. ..."

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