The act of one who sups; the act of taking supper. (noun)
That which is supped; broth. (noun)
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Use "supping" in a sentence
"Quote of the pub: “Oh yes, that really is supping from the appley teet!”"
"The water cures any disease, so they say, and at any time a crowd is found around its magic brim filling jars, bottles, and pitchers to take home, or supping from the copper bowl that is chained to the iron bars that cover the well."
"We did not much relish the idea of supping and sleeping in such a place -- but necessity has no law."