A concave vessel for drinking from, usually made of opaque material (as opposed to a glass). (noun)
A US unit of liquid measure equal to 8 fluid ounces, 1/16 of a US gallon, or 236.5882365 ml. (noun)
A trophy in the shape of an oversized cup. (noun)
A contest for which a cup is awarded. (noun)
A cup-shaped object placed in the target hole. (noun)
A rigid concave protective covering for the male genitalia. (for UK usage see box) (noun)
One of the two parts of a brassiere which each cover a breast, used as a measurement of size. (noun)
The symbol denoting union and similar operations (confer cap.) (noun)
A suit of the minor arcana in tarot, or one of the cards from the suit. (noun)
A defensive style characterized by a three player near defense cupping the thrower; or those three players. (noun)
A flexible concave membrane used to temporarily attach a handle or hook to a flat surface by means of suction (suction cup). (noun)
To form into the shape of a cup, particularly of the hands. (verb)
To hold something in cupped hands. (verb)
To supply with cups of wine. (verb)
To apply a cupping apparatus to; to subject to the operation of cupping. (verb)
To make concave or in the form of a cup. (verb)
Examples of word cup
In three of the meals, the kids got an appetizer of carrots â€” about a Â¼ cup portion, about a half-cup portion, and about a Â¾-cup portion.
In three of the meals, the kids got an appetizer of carrotsâ€”about a Â¼ cup portion, about a half-cup portion, and about a Â¾-cup portion.
"Ay: but what you don't know, maybe, is that he's been up to Rilla Farm tryin 'to persuade Mrs Bosenna to attend on the Committee-ship an' hand the cup -- his _cup_ -- to the winner."
I will not demur much upon; but the _vase_ and cup (not the _skull cup_) and some little coffee things brought from the
The Holy Ghost calls it joy (_for the joy which was set before him he endured the cross_),  which was not a joy of his reward after his passion, but a joy that filled him even in the midst of his torments, and arose from him; when Christ calls his _calicem_ a cup, and no worse (_Can ye drink of my cup_) , he speaks not odiously, not with detestation of it.