But there were kopjes ahead, sown with fierce dopper Boers, and those tempting wagons were only to be reached over their bodies.
dopper, dop′er, n. a member of a rigid religious sect in South Africa.
Of these the narrowest, most puritanical, and most bigoted was the dopper sect, to which Kruger belonged.
The presence of this ever-growing multitude was felt to be a perpetual menace to Dutch, and more especially to dopper supremacy.
I went to see this reverend pastor, who is professor of a school of dopper theology.
These are the four great (p. 181) events of the dopper year, and of this tiny city's business life.
Just opposite stands the little chapel of the so-called dopper sect in which he occasionally preaches.
The young dopper warmly grasped the other, provoking a squeal from the enchantress.
"Not in such a 'urry by 'arf, you perishin' dopper," spluttered the ghastly little man in bandoliers behind the weapon.