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sup in Drink topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsupsup /sʌp/ verb (supped, supping)  1 [transitive]DFD to drink something2 [intransitive] old-fashionedDF to eat suppersup noun [countable]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
supHe had to watch two more of his company die, for Polyphemus breakfasted as he had supped.Then he supped hastily from the bone cup of the cranium.He pushed the harmonium into the place where the mangle had stood, then sat down to sup his mug of tea.He wandered out into the kitchen and took a pint of milk from the fridge, supping straight from the bottle.He'd been going round the beat supping this over-proofed rum from the Customs.Is not the past of the human race gloomy enough for you, without supping upon the imaginary horrors of its future?He'd supped with the devil and no spoon was long enough.