Soper

noun
  1. Donald (Oliver), Baron. 1903–98, British Methodist minister and publicist, noted esp for his pacifist convictions. His books include All His Grace (1953) and Calling for Action (1984)
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Historical Examples of soper

  • The expression is not my own, my love, it is Doctor Soper's.

    Margaret Montfort

    Laura E. Richards

  • I, of course, could not join them, but Soper and Coal were very eager to lend a hand.

    Peter Trawl

    W. H. G. Kingston

  • She favoured Soper's design at first, but latterly has adopted Sibbick's.

  • She turned round to Mrs. Soper, as the verger's widow—indeed she was that!

    In the Wilderness

    Robert Hichens

  • No, even the excellent Soper was for multiplying Rowton Houses.

    Votes for Women

    Elizabeth Robins