On the face of the hideous welter swam the face of Mr. soper, as it were bodiless and alone.
The expression is not my own, my love, it is Doctor soper's.
It was as well that Mr. soper should realize the consequences of an inability to pay your way.
She turned round to Mrs. soper, as the verger's widow—indeed she was that!
Our ancestors thought sope as good a spelling as soap, hence the name soper.
Here Mr. soper achieved a sardonic, a really sardonic smile.
I, of course, could not join them, but soper and Coal were very eager to lend a hand.
It was the first time that she had ever spoken of her own accord to Mr. soper.
Against soper Lane's end was extended from the one side of the street to the other, a pageant which had three gates, all open.
Didn't you tell old soper, if she warn't so old and rusty-like, you'd strike, hit or miss?
: the Sooner football team
A native or resident of Oklahoma (1930+)
[fr the fact that some settlers entered the public land and staked their claims sooner than the legal date and hour in 1889]