- hoppe, willie,
- hopped up,
- hopper barge,
- hopper car,
- hopper casement,
- hopper dredge,
- hopper frame
Origin of hopper
Examples from the Web for hopper
Stream House of Cards and other Netflix originals right from the Hopper.
Hopper (1882-1967), had his first major retrospective at the Whitney in 1964.
In the decade following World War I, Hopper settled on a vein of imagery that has been his special glory ever since.
Hopper was also very interested in what was taking place in the art scene.
From 1960 to 1967, Hopper disappeared from Hollywood, and this trove of images helps document how he spent his time.
Whereupon he began perforce playing his old game of artful dodging, exercising his best powers as a hopper and skipper.A Reversible Santa Claus|Meredith Nicholson
Sand and water must be supplied, of course, from a hopper, to these smooth cutting discs of iron or copper.A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures and Mines|Andrew Ure
Each machine has but just sufficient powder in its hopper to run until a new supply can reach it.The Wonder Book of Knowledge|Various
Then April came, but not the ship; now it was just as well that the mill was frozen up, for they had nothing to put in the hopper.
The dart that shot from his eyes was of an aggressive honesty; and Mr. Hopper's, after an attempt at defiance, were dropped.The Crisis, Complete|Winston Churchill
"container with narrow opening at bottom," late 13c., perhaps an agent noun from hop (v.) via notion of grain juggling in a mill hopper.
"person or animal that hops," mid-13c., agent noun from hop (v.). From c.1200 as a surname, and perhaps existing in Old English (cf. hoppestre "female dancer").