At eight o'clock, the people got their suppers, and prepared to turn in for the night.
There the night was spent in whist, faro, suppers, and political consultations.
Even after the campaign was over we might have failed, had it not been for the suppers.
And now, seeing it was already late, they took their suppers and retired to rest.
And what has all this to do with your refusing your suppers?
"There are Campbells to slay, and suppers to eat," the Major-General had said.
Only twenty of us, and we have suppers and concerts once a week.
Dead men, if they told no tales, paid for no suppers either.
Their suppers are, like their dinners, various and plentiful.
Suppers there were and, what is more to the point, every kind of refreshment.