Drink, for the trumpets are blowing for battle, and this is the stirrup cup.
Murdock assents; and the two rise up to drink the stirrup cup.
He had come, he said, to drink a stirrup cup with his English friends, whom he would never see again.
Eat every bit of this slice of ham, and let us drink a stirrup cup, for the horses are getting impatient.
Stirrup Cup, a "parting cup" given by the Highlanders to guests when they are leaving and have their feet in the stirrups.
Sir Jeoffry stood at the buffet with a flagon of ale in his hand, taking his stirrup cup.
We did not fight a very hard fight, but this our first success was like a stirrup cup.
I'll give you a glass of fresh buttermilk to speed you on your way; a stirrup cup, we'll call it.
Suddenly the chorus of a refrain floated to his ears from the guard house—it was "The Stirrup Cup."
She put further sweetness and body into the stirrup cup by stirring honey and barley meal into it.