For answer, he swore a great oath that the landlord had mulled a stoup of wine for him, which he never doubted now was drugged.
If there had ever been a stoup, a cross, a rude piscina, they had long since gone.
In the eastern wall of the south porch is a stoup, which was formerly open, both within the porch and outside it.
I'll take a stoup and go down to the well yonder and fetch it.
Yes, Darcy, there was one drop more in the stoup, and I drained it!
The stoup that gaes often to the well comes hame broken at last.
At the rustic inn Pierre ate thick slices of dark bread and drank a stoup of thin red wine at noon.
Only one man, in a brown fur-cloak, did not budge from the side of the stoup.
Weel a weel, ye maun just step ben and tak a stoup o cognac to the success o Bearskin and his crew.
On a pillar is an image of the Virgin, and underneath it a stoup.
late 14c., "jug, jar," from Old Norse staup "cup" (cognate of Old English steap), from Proto-Germanic *staupo- (cf. Middle Low German stop, Dutch stoop, Old High German stouf, German Stauf).