Definition of Soppings

1. sopping [n] - See also: sopping



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Soppings

soporifically
soporifick
soporifics
soporose
soporous
sopors
sopped
sopper
soppers
soppier
soppiest
soppily
soppiness
soppinesses
sopping
soppings (current term)
soppressata
soppy
sopra
soprani
sopranino
sopraninos
sopranist
sopranista
sopranistas
sopranists
soprano
soprano clef
sopranoes
sopranolike

Literary usage of Soppings

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1. Shakespeare's England: Or, Sketches of Our Social History of the Reign of by Walter Thornbury (1856)
"Well, and if there were just a few red soppings of wine on some old parchment deeds — but what if there were, dear reader ? But the revels were the most ..."

2. With Togo: The Story of Seven Months' Active Service Under His Command by H. C. Seppings Wright (1905)
"soppings Wright. Round the Armstrong gun of a cruiser. Off I'ort Arthur. On the deck of a cruiser, with my banzai presents. ..."

3. Shakspere's England; or, Sketches of our social history in the reign of by Walter Thornbury, George Walter Thornbury (1856)
"Well, and if there were just a few red soppings of wine on some old parchment deeds — but what if there were, dear reader ? But the revels were the most ..."

4. Diseases of the Skin: A Manual for Practitioners and Students by William Allan Jamieson (1894)
"This is certainly most efficaciously attacked by repeated soppings with freshly prepared solution of sulphurous acid as recommended by Bulkley.1 The strong ..."

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