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The noun is from Middle English soupe, sowpe, from Old French soupe, souppe, sope, from Late Latin suppa (“sopped bread”), from Proto-Germanic *supô (compare Middle Dutch sope (“broth”)). Doublet of zuppa. See also sop and supper.
- Any of various dishes commonly made by combining liquids, such as water or stock with other ingredients, such as meat and vegetables, that contribute flavor and texture.
- c. 1430 (reprinted 1888), Thomas Austin, ed., Two Fifteenth-century Cookery-books. Harleian ms. 279 (ab. 1430), & Harl. ms. 4016 (ab. 1450), with Extracts from Ashmole ms. 1429, Laud ms. 553, & Douce ms. 55 [Early English Text Society, Original Series; 91], London: N. Trübner & Co. for the Early English Text Society, volume I, OCLC 374760, page 11:
- (figuratively) Any mixture or substance suggestive of soup consistency.
- 2020 November 18, Drachinifel, The Salvage of Pearl Harbor Pt 2 - Up She Rises!, archived from the original on 22 October 2022, 6:21 from the start:
- The cleanup job would turn out to be possibly second only to body-recovery duty in terms of being a job that nobody wanted to get assigned to. Imagine, for a moment, a thick soup of oil, paper, ink, clothing, raw meat and other fresh provisions, and worse, that had all been left to collect together in semi-warm water, all enclosed in a large metal container that had then been subjected to heating by first fire and then repeated warm Hawaiian days, and then left to ferment for over a month, and then with most of the water drained away and all the remaining solid and semi-liquid mass collecting together in pools and heaps across multiple decks, still in a relatively-enclosed environment.
- (slang) Thick fog or cloud (also pea soup).
- (US, slang) Nitroglycerine or gelignite, especially when used for safe-cracking.
- (cant) Dope or cocaine.
- (photography) Processing chemicals into which film is dipped, such as developer.
- (biology) A liquid or gelatinous substrate, especially the mixture of organic compounds that is believed to have played a role in the origin of life on Earth.
- (UK, informal, often with "the") An unfortunate situation; trouble, problems (a fix, a mess); chaos.
- 1960, P. G. Wodehouse, Jeeves in the Offing, chapter I and X:
- B. Wickham had also the disposition and general outlook on life of a ticking bomb. In her society you always had the uneasy feeling that something was likely to go off at any moment with a pop. You never knew what she was going to do next or into what murky depths of soup she would carelessly plunge you. [...] “It may be fun for her,” I said with one of my bitter laughs, “but it isn't so diverting for the unfortunate toads beneath the harrow whom she plunges so ruthlessly in the soup.”
- (surfing) The foamy portion of a wave.
- alphabet soup
- beef soup
- beer soup
- bird's nest soup
- bread soup
- canned soup
- chicken soup
- condensed soup
- cream soup
- dessert soup
- duck soup
- egg drop soup
- electric soup
- fish soup
- French onion soup
- fruit soup
- in the soup
- leek soup
- lentil soup
- lunatic soup
- miso soup
- mock turtle soup
- noodle soup
- oxtail soup
- pea soup
- polygon soup
- primordial soup
- she-crab soup
- soup bone
- soup bowl
- soup du jour
- soup dumpling
- soup fire
- soup kitchen
- soup legs
- soup of the day
- soup plate
- soup sandwich
- soup to nuts
- soup up
- stone soup
- tomato soup
- vegetable soup
- wine soup
- winter melon soup
- word soup
- (uncommon) To feed: to provide with soup or a meal.
- (photography) To develop (film) in a (chemical) developing solution.
- (obsolete) To proselytize by feeding the impoverished as long as they listen to one's preaching.
- (obsolete) To sweep.
- 1808, Joseph Hall, Josiah Pratt, “Quo Vadis? A Censure of Travel”, in Miscellaneous works, page 238:
- We can tell of those cheap-dieted men, that live about the head of Ganges, without meat, without mouths, feeding only upon air at their nostrils; or of those headless eastern people, that have their eyes in their breast; a mis-conceit arising from their fashion of attire, which I have sometimes seen; or those Coromandae, of whom Pliny speaks, that cover their whole body with their ears; or of the persecutors of St. Thomas of Canterbury, whose posterity, if we believe the confident writings of Degrassalius, are born with long and hairy tails, souping after them; which, I imagine, gave occasion to that proverbial jest, wherewith our mirth uses to upgraid the Kentish; or of Amazons; or Pigmies; or Satyrs;
- Rare form of .
- a. 1618, Mark Napier, quoting James Melville, chapter III, in Memoirs of John Napier of Merchiston, His Lineage, Life, and Times, with a History of the Invention of Logarithms, Edinburgh: William Blackwood; London: Thomas Cadell, published 1834, page 116:
- 1842 May 12, Thomas Moore, “1842”, in Wilfred S. Dowden, Barbara G. Bartholomew, and Joy L. Linsley, editors, The Journal of Thomas Moore, volumes 5 (1836–1842), Newark, Del.: University of Delaware Press; London; Toronto, Ont.: Associated University Presses, published 1988, →ISBN, page 2245:
- Breakfasted with Rogers, who asked me to dine to-day and tomorrow—promised for both days—Most agreeably surprised by a note from my friend Tom Boyse, who is in London with his sister—Called upon them & found to my disappointment they were to be off again so soon as tomorrow—Offered myself for dinner to-day though with the fear of Rogers before my eyes, to whom I wrote to announce my defection and its cause—Only the Boyses themselves, young Carew (Lord Carew’s son) who souped with us, being obliged to set off immediately to the new Opera—[…]
stir the soup
savor the soup
pepper the soup
a thin soup
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