For answer, he swore a great oath that the landlord had mulled a stoup of wine for him, which he never doubted now was drugged.
The stoup that gaes often to the well comes hame broken at last.
In the eastern wall of the south porch is a stoup, which was formerly open, both within the porch and outside it.
If there had ever been a stoup, a cross, a rude piscina, they had long since gone.
Yes, Darcy, there was one drop more in the stoup, and I drained it!
I'll take a stoup and go down to the well yonder and fetch it.
At the rustic inn Pierre ate thick slices of dark bread and drank a stoup of thin red wine at noon.
Only one man, in a brown fur-cloak, did not budge from the side of the stoup.
Weel a weel, ye maun just step ben and tak a stoup o cognac to the success o Bearskin and his crew.
On a pillar is an image of the Virgin, and underneath it a stoup.
late 14c., "jug, jar," from Old Norse staup "cup" (cognate of Old English steap), from Proto-Germanic *staupo- (cf. Middle Low German stop, Dutch stoop, Old High German stouf, German Stauf).