Definition for SCUP'PER

SCUP'PER, n. [Sp. escupir, to spit, to eject, to discharge.]

The scuppers or scupper-holes of a ship, are channels cut through the water ways and sides of a ship at proper distances, and lined with lead for carying off the water from the deck. – Mar. Dict.

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