Definition of Toping

1. Verb. (present participle of tope) ¹



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Definition of Toping

1. tope [v] - See also: tope

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toping

topicalities
topicality
topicalization
topicalizations
topicalize
topicalized
topicalizes
topicalizing
topically
topicals
topicity
topick
topicless
topics
topinch
toping (current term)
topiramate
topis
topistic
topkick
topkicks
topknot
topknots
topknotted
topless
toplessness
toplessnesses
toplight
toplights
topline

Literary usage of Toping

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1. Wit and Mirth: Or Pills to Purge Melancholy: Being a Collection of the Best by Henry Playford, Thomas D'Urfey (1720)
"A Fig for the Spaniard, and for the King of France, And Heaven preserve our Juggs, and Muggs, and Q—n And a toping, &c. [from all mischance, Against the ..."

2. The Songs of Charles Dibdin: Chronologically Arranged, with Notes by Charles Dibdin, George Hogarth (1848)
"THE ADVANTAGES OF toping. -ч—ч is—5—ч ^L > SB^^ «—•• ht« . pid fel-low; For if 'tis true that he al ..."

3. The Sham Squire: And the Informers of 1798. With a View of Their by William John Fitzpatrick (1866)
"toping SEVENTY YEARS AGO. It did not need the example of the Duke of Rutland to make hard drinking the fashion in Ireland. The anecdote, " Had you any ..."

4. The Universal Songster: Or, Museum of Mirth: Forming the Most Complete (1834)
"And, oh! when tolls the mournful knell That sounds my spirit's flight on high, A toping WE WILL GO. COME, all ye jolly Bacchanals, That love to tope good ..."

5. The Vocal Magazine: Or, Compleat British Songster (1781)
"And a toping, tec. In times of old I was a fool, 1 drank the water clear; ... And a toping, iic. He fill'da goblet to the brim, And bade me take a fup ..."

6. Merry Songs and Ballads, Prior to the Year 1800 edited by John Stephen Farmer (1897)
"Of all sorts of Topers, a Soph is far the best, For 'till he can neither go nor stand, by Jove he's ne'er at rest, And a toping we will go, &c. ..."

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