noun rere·supper \ˈri(ə)r+ˌ-\

Definition of reresupper

  1. :  a late or second supper trestles still stood from last night's reresupper — T. B. Costain

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Origin and Etymology of reresupper

Middle English reresoper, from Anglo-French rere super, from Old French rere, riere + soper, super supper

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to cast off or become cast off

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