- a drinking vessel, as a cup or tankard, of various sizes.
- the amount it holds.
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Example sentences from the Web for stoup
On December 6, Liautaud and his teammate Doug Stoup, set off from Antarctica on a 640-kilometer ski journey to the South Pole.
Auchtermuchty had only fallen into company with an idle knave like himself, and a stoup of aquavitae between them.The Abbot|Sir Walter Scott
She was standing by the holy water stoup leaning against a white pillar.The Prussian Terror|Alexandre Dumas
From the size, it is improbable it was used as a font, being more likely a holy-water stoup, for which purpose it is now employed.Holborn and Bloomsbury|Sir Walter Besant