Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of tup.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Iago and his despicable sidekick Roderigo refer to Othello as 'the thick-lips', 'an old black ram' who is 'tupping' a 'white ewe' (that is to say, Brabantio's white daughter Desdemona), and a 'Barbary horse' whose animalistic coupling with Desdemona will beget a generation of creatures half human and half horse.

    Shakespeare

  • Guys like Xavier Rush - we talk about "tupping" as in hitups - well he's the best tupper I've ever seen "Millard laughs.

    The Roar - Your Sports Opinion

  • If he wasn't tupping teenagers, lying his butt off, and buying off reporters with city jobs, he wouldn't need a high-priced criminal defense lawyer.

    Big buzz (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • I was straightening up the teddy bears and long-stemmed red roses this morning at the Michael Jackson Eternal Moonwalk Memorial on what would have been The Gloved One's 53rd birthday when I heard this guy say “You'd think it was tupping Shakespeare who died—instead of an androgynous black man who overcame racial prejudice by turning himself into a white woman.”

    Who's Better: Michael Jackson or Shakespeare?

  • Our theory about the large number of triplets is that it was a warm wet summer with an abundance of grass so the ewes went into the tupping season in excellent condition.

    BOOK VIEW CAFE BLOG » Lambing begins!

  • Aye, that was it - and it was romantic, too, the departing warrior tupping up the girl he was going to leave behind, and she full of love and wistful longing and be-damned.

    The Sky Writer

  • The circumstances of this ageing class warrior tupping his secretary were too repellent even for the politically correct lemon-suckers that so abound this dreary bunch of Socialists who were at last forced to disavow him, albeit under their breath.

    Weep Not at Slob's Sob Story

  • RAM error, is that when things get f***d up at tupping time?

    Fatal Error « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • The circumstances of this ageing class warrior tupping his secretary were too repellent even for the politically correct lemon-suckers that so abound this dreary bunch of Socialists who were at last forced to disavow him, albeit under their breath.

    Archive 2008-04-20

  • How can we say we took care of the middle class without tupping waitresses.

    Peter Gerstenzang: Reservoir Dog Republicans

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  • “Even now, now, very now

    an old black ram is tupping your white ewe.”

    – Act I, scene I Othello

    November 6, 2007

  • That scene is disturbing on so many levels. I had forgotten about the "weird verb" level. Thanks kewpid!

    November 6, 2007