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  • noun Plural form of moper.

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Examples

  • Most of the latter comes courtesy of inestimable singer Chino Moreno: If alt-metal frontmen can be divided into mopers and tantrum throwers, Moreno is definitely a moper.

    Album review: Deftones, "Diamond Eyes"

  • Most of the latter comes courtesy of inestimable singer Chino Moreno: If alt-metal frontmen can be divided into mopers and tantrum throwers, Moreno is definitely a moper.

    Album review of 'Diamond Eyes' by the Deftones

  • One is not necessarily sad for the mopers, nor whatever they are sad about, if anything.

    The Philosophy of Music

  • Moreover, it encouraged her grandchildren to happily run around slinging a soapy front porch mop, in an effort to become proficient mopers.

    A Christmas Plum Pudding

  • "Lopers, mopers, lazy daze," came a high-pitched verse from behind them.

    The End of The Matter

  • "Lopers, mopers, lazy daze," came a high-pitched verse from behind them.

    The End Of The Matter

  • "Lopers, mopers, lazy daze," came a high-pitched verse from behind them.

    The End of the Matter

  • "Lopers, mopers, lazy daze," came a high-pitched verse from behind them.

    The End of the Matter

  • "Lopers, mopers, lazy daze," came a high-pitched verse from behind them.

    The End of the Matter

  • Be at peace, bloody flukes of doubters and sullen mopers;

    Walt Whitman

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