sup (v.) Old form(s): supp'd, suppe , supt
have supper
1H4 I.ii.191[Prince Hal to Poins, of Eastcheap] There I'll sup
2H4 II.i.187[Falstaff to Gower] Will you sup with me, Master Gower?
2H4 II.ii.144[Prince Henry to Page, of Falstaff] Sup any women with him?
2H4 II.iv.14[Drawer to Francis, of the guests] The room where they supped is too hot
2H6 I.iv.79[York to Servingman] Invite my lords of Salisbury and Warwick / To sup with me tomorrow night
2H6 V.i.214[Richard to Young Clifford] you shall sup with Jesu Christ tonight
AC IV.viii.33[Antony to Cleopatra] Had our great palace the capacity / To camp this host, we all would sup together
Cor IV.ii.49[Menenius to Volumnia] You'll sup with me? [Volumnia] Anger's my meat. I sup upon myself
Cym III.vii.63[Belarius to disguised Innogen] when we have supped / We'll mannerly demand thee of thy story
JC I.ii.285[Cassius to Casca] Will you sup with me tonight
Mac I.vii.29[Lady Macbeth to Macbeth, of the King] He has almost supped
Mac V.v.13[Macbeth to himself] I have supped full with horrors [i.e. had my fill of]
MM IV.iii.152[Lucio to Isabella] I am fain to dine and sup with water and bran
MV II.iv.18[Launcelot to Lorenzo, of his errand] to bid my old master the Jew to sup tonight with my new master the Christian
Oth IV.i.163[Iago to Cassio, of Bianca's house] Will you sup there?
Oth IV.i.264[Othello to Lodovico] tonight / I do entreat that we may sup together
Oth IV.ii.232[Iago to Roderigo, of Cassio] He sups tonight with a harlotry
Oth V.i.117[iago to Emilia] Go know of Cassio where he supped tonight
PP.14.6[Pilgrim, of his love saying ‘Farewell’ to him] Fare well I could not, for I supped with sorrow
R3 III.i.199[Richard to Buckingham] let us sup betimes
R3 V.iii.48.2[King Richard to Catesby] I will not sup tonight
RJ I.ii.82[Benvolio to Romeo] At this same ancient feast of Capulet's / Sups the fair Rosaline
TC III.i.79[Paris to Pandarus, of Troilus] What exploit's in hand? Where sups he tonight?
TG II.iv.139[Valentine to Proteus] Now can I break my fast, dine, sup, and sleep, / Upon the very naked name of love
WT V.ii.101[Third Gentleman to all, of the main protagonists going to Paulina's house] Thither with all greediness of affection are they gone, and there they intend to sup
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