Definition of Stuping

1. stupe [v] - See also: stupe



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stuping

stupidish
stupidities
stupidity
stupidité
stupidly
stupidness
stupidnesses
stupids
stupidy
stupified
stupifies
stupify
stupifying
stuping (current term)
stupor
stuporlike
stuporous
stuporously
stuporousness
stupors
stupose
stupour
stuprate
stuprated
stuprates
stupration
stuprations
stuprous

Literary usage of Stuping

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1. Females and Their Diseases: A Series of Letters to His Class by Charles Delucena Meigs (1848)
"My custom is to keep up the stuping for six consecutive hours; after which, as the woman becomes tired of it, I cause the member to be gently bathed with a ..."

2. Woman; Her Diseases and Remedies: A Series of Letters to His Class by Charles Delucena Meigs (1851)
"My custom is to keep up the stuping for six consecutive hours: after which, as the woman becomes tired of it, I cause the member to be gently bathed with a ..."

3. The London Medical Gazette (1831)
"Much relief was procured by these means, yet considerable tenderness still remained ; however, by repeating the leeches and warm bath, with stuping every ..."

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