- a person who performs the procedure of cupping.
Origin of cupper
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He seized a short knife and threw himself forward, rolling his body between that of the girl and the descending lance and cupper.
The feature of inserting a pinion with clean and sharp blades permitted the cupper to own only two scarificators.
One cupper, George Frederick Knox, offered in addition personal instruction in cupping procedures.
Thus, one nineteenth-century cupper concluded, revulsion was only derivation at a distant point.
The cupper, Knox, preferred the crescent blades because they gave a sharper cut.