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  • noun Plural form of cupping.

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Examples

  • His love of the bean was infectious and as a result, all the employees were educated in cuppings, which is a term used in the coffee world for tasting it like one would a wine.

    Amber DeGrace: 11 Roasters and the Art of the Bean

  • Allowing the public to attend weekly cuppings formal coffee evaluations alongside professionals is a nice touch, and should go a long way to establishing a fan base here.

    Todd Burbo: Behind Enemy Lines

  • Allowing the public to attend weekly cuppings formal coffee evaluations alongside professionals is a nice touch, and should go a long way to establishing a fan base here.

    Todd Burbo: Behind Enemy Lines

  • Allowing the public to attend weekly cuppings formal coffee evaluations alongside professionals is a nice touch, and should go a long way to establishing a fan base here.

    Todd Burbo: Behind Enemy Lines

  • Allowing the public to attend weekly cuppings formal coffee evaluations alongside professionals is a nice touch, and should go a long way to establishing a fan base here.

    Todd Burbo: Behind Enemy Lines

  • My work was like a son whose dying mother must still unceasingly labour in the intervals of inoculations and cuppings.

    Time Regained

  • Of my infancy let me record that I “enjoyed” very delicate health, chiefly due, as I now judge, to the constant cuppings and bleedings whereby “the faculty” of those days combated teething fits, and

    My Life as an Author

  • Bleeding after bleeding, cuppings, mustard leaves -- nothing brought even

    The Nabob

  • Besides his seton and his cuppings, dry and wet, and his blisters on his arms and back, and his mustard poultices on his feet and legs, and his doses of mercury and alteratives, he had also to deplete himself of blood three times a week by a dozen or twenty leeches behind his left ear and on his temple.

    The Martian

  • But when alone in his garret, with his seton-dressing and dry-cuppings, it was not so gay.

    The Martian

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