Sup in a sentence

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Definition of Sup

  • To take into the mouth with the lips, as a liquid; to take or drink by a little at a time; to sip.
  • A small mouthful, as of liquor or broth; a little taken with the lips; a sip.
  • To eat the evening meal; to take supper.
  • a small amount of liquid food
  • take solid or liquid food into the mouth a little at a time either by drinking or by eating with a spoon

How to use sup in a sentence. Sup pronunciation.

Let us go and sup with some sprightly people whose virtue is extraordinary.
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There is no Parisian who is not happy in the belief that he makes all the noise he hears, writes all the books he reads, edits all the journals on which he breakfasts, writes all the vaudevilles on which he sups, and invents all the 'bon mots' he repeats.
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Each man was also given a sup of water from the canteen, and this constituted their only supper on that night, as they had been compelled to throw away everything to keep up with the guns.
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To sup well is to live well, and that’s the way to sleep well.
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It is true that he believed in his own thesis, for he has found among them people who cast a nativity, and alchymists who ruined his fortune; as he found Martinists at Paris, who enabled him to sup with Sesostris, and Magnetizers who concluded with destroying his existence.
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Invite my Lords of Salisbury and Warwick To sup with me to-morrow night.
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Fie! charity, for shame! speak not in spite, For you shall sup with Jesu Christ to-night. YOUNG CLIFFORD.
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Home, and having in our way bought a rabbit and two little lobsters, my wife and I did sup late, and so to bed.
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But here Adam entered, very soberly dressed in sad-coloured clothes, and we sat down to sup forthwith.
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Presently as I stood thus staring about, to me comes my lady: "Good lack, Martin," says she, "if we sup on goat to-night we must eat it raw, for we have no fire!
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Thus amidst howling storm and tempest we sat down side by side to sup, very silent for the most part by reason of this elemental strife that raged about our habitation, filling the world with awful stir and clamour.
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Sup, Guillot, and spare not, there is somewhat in the pot.
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Yet without a cause did not he sup one drop; for if he happened to be vexed, angry, displeased, or sorry, if he did fret, if he did weep, if he did cry, and what grievous quarter soever he kept, in bringing him some drink, he would be instantly pacified, reseated in his own temper, in a good humour again, and as still and quiet as ever.
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By my faith, Domine, if you will sup with me in cameris, by cox body, charitatis, nos faciemus bonum cherubin.
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Panurge put one finger of his left hand in his nockandrow, by some called St. Patrick's hole, and with his mouth sucked in the air, in such a manner as when one eats oysters in the shell, or when we sup up our broth.
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For if I sup not well, large, round, and amply, my sleeping is not worth a forked turnip.
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Not to sup, answered Pantagruel, were best for you, considering the state of your complexion and healthy constitution of your body.
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Fie! not to sup at all, that is the devil.
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If you be not content with this my exposition, are you of the mind that my wife will suck and sup me up as people use to gulp and swallow oysters out of the shell? or as the Cilician women, according to the testimony of Dioscorides, were wont to do the grain of alkermes?
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His high devilship sups very well on tradesmen, usurers, apothecaries, cheats, coiners, and adulterers of wares.
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Examples of Sup

Example #1
Assist me to return to life.
Example #2
I am a bear, a savage, a ghost!
Example #3
But this flattering allusion vanishes the moment chance takes him a mile away from the Rue Vivienne.
Example #4
The roar of the city, rising like a great bass around him, fills up the gaps in his thoughts, and never leaves that disagreeable sensation-a void.
Example #5
Having disposed of that, exhausted Nature could do no more; they lay down in the mud where they stood, and slept so soundly that even the firing which occurred that night did not arouse them from their slumbers.
Example #6
He poured out his hardtack, and it was equally distributed among the members of the detachment, each man's share amounting to two pieces.