Common misspellings for sup:
sarpy, stup, yup, supid, ciopy, suppor, suple, sus, squip, skpe, swpie, srhp, suryp, subpar, sum1, yuop, sut, sopey, disap, surper, sur, surpurb, siiue, spour, suh, suppy, su, stiop, suppo, sopnu, surp, seup, surip, suppoe, dup, surpuior, supe, supior, suply, stuip, sfpb, scpe, usp, settup, sud, suzy, syruop, wassup, lup, sui, jup, seutp, soper, hup, stp, hsape, setiup, sopia, messup, suope, suom, supor, supos, suoper, shup, supps, supenea, supv, supoir, slp, suepr, scupa, supena, sep, syroup, serup, schip, ceepy, symp, supiour, surup, swype, soph, meup, bup, suop, sahrp, syrp, scype, su8ch, suphur, suf, 1cup, ursurp, supeiur, suuch, syurp, singup, cirup, suppky, seppi, supeb, swp, sahpe, supre, supliy, sohpia, syup, syrrup, sufi, isup, scoup, sug, sp, ursup, rup, suv, sp2, sua, shp, oup, seph, surupy, bisep, suhc, supoer, psuh, stupi, sryup, skupe, asuper, skp, supp, slup, stpe, surpy, syphe, suyrp, tup, stpo, surrep, bupa, sux, supr, suc, seelp, suk, up2, sopie, situp, aup, jyp, sbp, sul, gup, gasip, ossip, issp, lupo, fup, nup, spp, satup, sep2010, suu, suipoir, succ, sumup, suppa, suplie, surap, syruip, eup, iup, kup, up1, uup, wup, zup, s7p, su0, zsup, szup, xsup, dsup, esup, wsup, swup, suyp, suhp, sjup, s8up, su8p, s7up, su7p, supo, supl, su0p, sup0, 3up, s5p, suq, s up.
Definition of sup:
- To eat the evening meal.
- To take into the mouth a little at a time, with the lips or in spoonfuls; sip.
- To take into the mouth, as a liquid.
- To take, as fluid food, in successive mouthfuls.
- To take the evening meal, or supper.
- To eat the evening meal: ( B.) to sip:- pr. p. supping; pa. t. and pa. p. supped.
- To eat supper.
- To partake of ( supper).
- To sip.
- To take into the mouth with the lips, as a liquid; to sip.
- To take by little at a time, or by mouthfuls, as a liquid; to eat the evening meal.
- a small amount of liquid food; " a sup of ale"
- To take into the mouth with the lips, as a liquid; to take or drink by a little at a time; to sip.
- A small mouthful, as of liquor or broth; a little taken with the lips; a sip.
- To eat the evening meal; to take supper.
- To treat with supper.
- A small mouthful of liquid; sip.
- A small mouthful, as of a liquid.
- A mouthful or taste of liquid or semiliquid food.
- Another form of the Latin prefix sub, which see.
- A small draught or mouthful of a liquid; a sip.