Definition of Mopper

1. Noun. A worker who uses a mop to clean a surface.

Generic synonyms: Worker
Derivative terms: Mop



Definition of Mopper

1. Noun. One who mops ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mopper

1. one that mops [n -S] - See also: mops

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mopper

mopier
mopies
mopiest
mopily
mopiness
mopinesses
moping
mopingly
mopish
mopishly
mopoke
mopokes
mopologist
mopped
mopped up
mopper (current term)
moppers
moppet
moppetry
moppets
moppier
moppiest
mopping
mopping up
moppy
mops
mops up
mopsies
mopstick
mopsticks

Literary usage of Mopper

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1. Report and Transactions (1902)
"See WSWB "MoPPER = a bandage for the face. ... She said,' The mopper cured it.' The London maid did not know what she meant.—June, 1902. ..."

2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1849)
"A " first-class mopper" would un no account demean himself by mopping ... and in like manner a " second- class mopper" only attains that distinction after ..."

3. Theatre Arts by Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (1922)
"And he is still a mopper? MONSIEUR MOUTON. Still a mopper. MONSIEUR PICQUE [as above]. He's not growing any younger. MONSIEUR MOUTON. ..."

4. Descriptive Essays Contributed to the Quarterly Review by Francis Bond Head (1857)
"A " first- class mopper " would on no account demean himself by mopping a second-class carriage, and in like manner a " second-class mopper" only attains ..."

5. Descriptive Essays Contributed to the Quarterly Review by Francis Bond Head (1857)
"A " first- class mopper" would on no account demean himself by mopping a second-class carriage, and in like mauner a " second-class mopper" only attains ..."

6. Stokers and Pokers; Or, The London and North-Western Railway, the Electric by Francis Bond Head (1861)
"A "first-class mopper" would on no account •tan himself by mopping a second-class carriage, and in like ier a "second-class mopper" only attains that ..."

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