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soaper

[ soh-per ]
/ ˈsoʊ pər /
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noun Slang.
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Origin of soaper

First recorded in 1945–50; soap (opera) + -er1
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How to use soaper in a sentence

  • "I will try—and not deserve it, Mr. Soaper," was the prompt reply.

    Peg Woffington|Charles Reade
  • Mr. Soaper lingered one moment to say: "You shall always have my good word, Mr. Triplet."

    Peg Woffington|Charles Reade
  • And when Snarl and Soaper sit on your next play, they won't forget the lesson you have given them.

    Peg Woffington|Charles Reade
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