Drink, for the trumpets are blowing for battle, and this is the stirrup cup.
He had come, he said, to drink a stirrup cup with his English friends, whom he would never see again.
Sir Jeoffry stood at the buffet with a flagon of ale in his hand, taking his stirrup cup.
stirrup cup, a "parting cup" given by the Highlanders to guests when they are leaving and have their feet in the stirrups.
Murdock assents; and the two rise up to drink the stirrup cup.
We did not fight a very hard fight, but this our first success was like a stirrup cup.
I'll give you a glass of fresh buttermilk to speed you on your way; a stirrup cup, we'll call it.
Suddenly the chorus of a refrain floated to his ears from the guard house—it was "The stirrup cup."
Eat every bit of this slice of ham, and let us drink a stirrup cup, for the horses are getting impatient.
She put further sweetness and body into the stirrup cup by stirring honey and barley meal into it.