souper

Souper - What does it mean?

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Souper vs Soupier - What's the difference?

souper | soupier |


As a noun souper

is (ireland|historical) someone who, during the irish famine, supplied food such as soup to catholics who converted to protestantism.

As an adjective soupier is

(soupy).

Souper vs Sourer - What's the difference?

souper | sourer |


As a noun souper

is (ireland|historical) someone who, during the irish famine, supplied food such as soup to catholics who converted to protestantism.

As an adjective sourer is

(sour).

Souper vs Super - What's the difference?

souper | super |


As a noun souper

is (ireland|historical) someone who, during the irish famine, supplied food such as soup to catholics who converted to protestantism.

As an adjective super is

super.

Souter vs Souper - What's the difference?

souter | souper |


As nouns the difference between souter and souper

is that souter is (scotland|northern england) a shoemaker or cobbler while souper is (ireland|historical) someone who, during the irish famine, supplied food such as soup to catholics who converted to protestantism.

Souper vs Sopper - What's the difference?

souper | sopper |


As nouns the difference between souper and sopper

is that souper is (ireland|historical) someone who, during the irish famine, supplied food such as soup to catholics who converted to protestantism while sopper is one who sops.

Souped vs Souper - What's the difference?

souped | souper |


As an adjective souped

is (rhode island|massachusetts|connecticut|slang) excited.

As a verb souped

is (soup).

As a noun souper is

(ireland|historical) someone who, during the irish famine, supplied food such as soup to catholics who converted to protestantism.

Souper vs Soaper - What's the difference?

souper | soaper |


As nouns the difference between souper and soaper

is that souper is (ireland|historical) someone who, during the irish famine, supplied food such as soup to catholics who converted to protestantism while soaper is a soapmaker.

Dinner vs Souper - What's the difference?

dinner | souper |


As nouns the difference between dinner and souper

is that dinner is a midday meal (in a context in which the evening meal is called supper or tea) while souper is (ireland|historical) someone who, during the irish famine, supplied food such as soup to catholics who converted to protestantism.

Diner vs Souper - What's the difference?

diner | souper |


As nouns the difference between diner and souper

is that diner is one who dines, an eater while souper is (ireland|historical) someone who, during the irish famine, supplied food such as soup to catholics who converted to protestantism.

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