Third-person singular simple present indicative form of supper.(verb)
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Use "suppers" in a sentence
"“Suppose we sup at the expense of the present order of things?” said Blondet, who would fain recall suppers to fashion."
"I think there can be no doubt that a decided improvement must be made in it before it can become valuable enough to find its way into the European market; although I must confess that, as it is, I should be most happy to see it supplant the poisonous liquids called champagne which appear at our "suppers," and at many of our hotels."
"These meals were in the days of Christ usually called "suppers," after the custom of the Romans, and were partaken of toward the close of the day."