the term sup with a -pers at the end to make it more festive and unique.
Jack saw Jill and said, "suppers?"
Jill responded with a, "nothin much, how bout you?"
by palternative June 24, 2007
The name used in a Fish and Chip shop for an item with Chips (fries). The chips part means Supper.
It is mainly used in West Scotland but can be used Scotland Wide except around the English border regions
Can I have a Fish Supper or Smoked Sausage supper.

This translates to Can I have Fish and Chips or Smokes sausage and Chips.
by a01020304 May 03, 2009
Posh word for dinner
What's for supper?

You mean dinner?
by UniocornUnion October 23, 2013
According to Websters, a meal eaten late in the evening.
Supper is the main meal of the day. Most commonly misunderstood by ignorant people as dinner. Dinner was defined by Webster as a meal eaten in the middle of the day. Many cafe's, restaurants in America were known for their dinners which were served during the hours of 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Many were actually named the Dinner Bell (meaning lunch)
Schools actually called the midday meal as dinner time.
Supper was referred to as the meal at the end of the day. Lunch was something you brought from home. Dinner was something prepared for you.
by Brett Sager February 07, 2008
The meal generally aten last in the day, around 6:00 pm. sometimes steak, sometimes potatoes, sometimes burgers, sometimes carrots, sometimes bread and butter. But often chicken. mmm chicken.
We had supper and then watched the evening movie.
by crayola March 28, 2004
every girl except the girl in question (except her)
I banged every girl in the 12th grade. Tiffany? Ok, i banged every girl, supper.
by Techknow March 30, 2004
Supper is the word used by the Hitchcock family to indicate that it it is time for Grant (aka Big G) and the rest of the supper patrol to eat what normal people call dinner.
"grant" *pause* "yes" *pause* "SUPPER!"
by Winston Armstrong August 15, 2005

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