Definition of Stoopers

1. Noun. (plural of stooper) ¹



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Definition of Stoopers

1. stooper [n] - See also: stooper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stoopers

stoolie
stoolies
stooling
stoolpigeon
stools
stooly
stoop
stoop and roop
stoop ball
stoop to
stoopball
stoope
stooped
stooper
stoopers
stoopes
stoopid
stoopider
stoopidest
stooping
stoopingly
stoopless
stoops
stoopy
stoor
stoors
stooshie
stooshies
stoove

Literary usage of Stoopers

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1. Desultory Verse by La Touche Hancock (1912)
"THE Stoopers THEY look you up, they look you down, They pass remarks about each gown, They note the trimmings on each hat, They get each tout ensemble — pat ..."

2. As Jesus Passed by: And Other Addresses by Gipsy Smith (1905)
"Good stoopers are needed in the Church. When I was a gipsy, ... I noticed, when I was only a boy, that good gleaners had to be good stoopers. ..."

3. Works of Fisher Ames by Fisher Ames (1854)
"It is, however, apparent that the proud are the lowest stoopers, and that their palaver, as the tars call it, ..."

4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of King's Bench: With by John Leycester Adolphus, Great Britain Court of King's Bench (1837)
"... in an Easterly direction, over a certain common called Feme Carr, to Stoopers Gate, leading to Sandtoft i and which road we call Sandtoft Road. ..."

5. The Quarterly Review by John Gibson Lockhart, George Walter Prothero, William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Baron Rowland Edmund Prothero Ernle, Sir William Smith (1902)
"... Past the very turban crown Feathered with pine and aspen spray, Darkening like a soldan's down O'er the mute stoopers to his sway, Meek willows, ..."

6. Works of Fisher Ames: With a Selection from His Speeches and Correspondence by Fisher Ames (1854)
"It is, however, apparent that the proud are the lowest stoopers, and that their palaver, as the tars call it, will be more outre than even their former ..."

7. Handley Cross by Robert Smith Surtees (1903)
"... and fifty thousand petties," muttered our master now that the last of the stoopers had got up their heads, ..."

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