Definition of Hoopers

1. Noun. (plural of hooper) ¹



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Definition of Hoopers

1. hooper [n] - See also: hooper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoopers

hoonds
hooned
hooning
hoonoomaun
hoonoomauns
hoons
hoop
hoop ash
hoop pine
hoop skirt
hoop skirts
hoop snake
hoop snakes
hooped
hooper
hoopers (current term)
hooping
hoopla
hooplas
hoopless
hooplike
hoopoe
hoopoes
hoopoo
hoopoos
hoops
hoopskirt
hoopskirts
hoopster
hoopsters

Literary usage of Hoopers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Little Red Book of Bristol by Bristol (England). (1900)
"... masters of the craft of hoopers of the said town, that whereas many men as well aliens as others who are ignorant of the said craft of hoopers, ..."

2. Ecclesiastical Biography: Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with the by Christopher Wordsworth (1853)
"At M. hoopers comming in, the lord chancellor asked whether he was married. 8 Winchester.'] Stephen Gardiner, Chancellor. 9 London.] Edmund Bonner. ..."

3. Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court by Maryland, Maryland Provincial Court, Provincial Court (1891)
"... and She promised that mr Johnson Should have it and that mr Johnson Sent this Deponent to mrs hoopers for the bed, but She denied it Whereas mr s Hooper ..."

4. Catalogue of the Cases of Birds in the Dyke Road Museum, Brighton: Giving a by Edward Thomas Booth (1901)
"They do not generally arrive in such large bodies as the hoopers, but I once counted between fifty and sixty flying in company over Hickling Broad in ..."

5. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1905)
"Under the contract between Hammond and the hoopers of February 28, ШО, it was stipulated ... The object which the hoopers had in view in insisting on these ..."

6. Famous Adventures and Prison Escapes of the Civil War (1893)
"The hoopers were loyal Union men, and if the Watsons yielded any loyalty it was to the State of North Carolina. On one occasion shortly before the final ..."

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