noun British Slang.
- gasometric analysis,
- gasperi, alcide de,
Origin of gasper
Examples from the Web for gasper
Before his departure, he sent Gasper Barzæus to Ormuz, with one companion, who was not yet in orders.The Works of John Dryden, Volume XVI. (of 18)|John Dryden
The Gasper to occupy the chair, faced by Massachusetts Jemmy.The Letters of Charles Dickens|Charles Dickens
"I leave the Society if I do not play my solo here," said Gasper.
He decided that it was worth while to try and find Gasper Farrington.Ralph on the Engine|Allen Chapman
I have now, then, nothing to trust to but the ingenuity of Gasper.A Bold Stroke for a Husband|Hannah Cowley