Sup·per, v. t. To supply with supper. [R.] “Kester was suppering the horses.”
Sup·per n. A meal taken at the close of the day; the evening meal.
Note: ☞ Supper is much used in an obvious sense, either adjectively or as the first part of a compound; as, supper time or supper-time, supper bell, supper hour, etc.
Sup·per, v. i. To take supper; to sup. [R.]
n 1: a light evening meal; served in early evening if dinner is
at midday or served late in the evening at bedtime
2: a social gathering where a light evening meal is served;
"her suppers often included celebrities"
the principal meal of the day among the Jews. It was partaken of
in the early part of the evening (Mark 6:21; John 12:2; 1 Cor.
11:21). (See LORD'S SUPPER.)