late 13c., "men's loose jacket," from Old French jupe, from Arabic jubbah "loose outer garment. As a woman's bodice, from 1810.
Susan was attired in a jupe sweeping and immensely full––to be in style!
Mrs. jupe's absences from home were now more frequent than ever.
Matters had reached this pass when the door opened and Mr. jupe came in.
"I hate to be so sensitive," she thought, and then she began to tell Mrs. jupe what she intended to do.
The main divisions of lady's gown—every milliner understands what we mean—are the corsage or body, and the jupe or skirt.
"jupe," said the man, and then something stirred in John's memory.
But jupe has never been driven to diet on alligator meat too much of musky flavour.
jupe, you black rascal, what time did Gipsy ride off this morning?
She put him out to nurse with the Mrs. jupe you heard of, and that person put him out to somebody else.
So jupe was kept to it, and became low spirited, but no wiser.