As they rode away they saw that other boats were proceeding towards the coper.
I abide here, following the Flower and drinking wine as an Afghan coper should.'
While he was thus engaged one of the men whispered in his ear, “A coper alongside, sir.”
Mr. coper had other attractions for young and lusty fishermen.
As soon as they were aboard, the cutter started, escorting the coper into Grimsby.
He looked up sharply at the owner of the coper, who stood in front of him, and who of course assented cheerfully to the question.
Item, a croose, with a staff of coper and gilt, with the ymage of St. Nicolas in the mydds.
The Dutch skipper of the coper had a round fat face and person, and a jovial, hearty manner.
She was to sell the tobacco at a fixed price that just covered the cost, and undersold the "coper" by fifty per cent.
It was dawn when, according to their appropriate phrase, they “tumbled” over the side of the coper into their boat.