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[tuhp-er] /ˈtʌp ər/
Sir Charles, 1821–1915, Canadian statesman: prime minister 1896. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Mr Tupper might long ago have sat with laureate brow but for his neglect of this first principle.

    Pagan Papers Kenneth Grahame
  • Then in a lower voice she added: “She has been collaborating with Tupper Browne.”

    Hidden Water Dane Coolidge
  • "That sounds like Tupper or a copy-book," said Molly, laughing.

    The Streets of Ascalon Robert W. Chambers
  • Howe was not at home, but Tupper left his card, and Howe returned the call.

    The Tribune of Nova Scotia W. L. (William Lawson) Grant
  • If Mr. Tupper be not the high priest of his profession, he is at least no undignified minister of the altar.

    My Life as an Author Martin Farquhar Tupper
  • "And Mr. Hynard said he believed he had as good eyesight as you," put in Tupper.

    The Boy from the Ranch Frank V. Webster
  • Little Tupper Lake may be the only refuge for all in the end.

    The Shepherd of the North Richard Aumerle Maher
  • Tupper crossed the ocean to counter this effort and was successful.

    The Canadian Dominion Oscar D. Skelton
  • McKettrick vanished from the region and did not appear again except for flying visits to his rising plant at Tupper Falls.

    Scattergood Baines Clarence Budington Kelland
  • Shakespeare writes Hamlet as easily as Tupper wrote his tales.

    A Man's Value to Society Newell Dwight Hillis

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