Part of speech: adjective

Having no supper; hungry.

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Usage examples "supperless":

  1. But during that whole day- although they travelled from near sunrise to sunset- not a living thing was seen; and for the second night they went supperless to bed. - "Popular Adventure Tales", Mayne Reid.
  2. Entreaties were of no avail, he would not relent; and the men, in exceedingly bad temper, and hungry, were obliged to go to bed supperless. - "How I Found Livingstone", Sir Henry M. Stanley.
  3. What's more, I'll bet a hat Hal won't go supperless to bed. - "Carl and the Cotton Gin", Sara Ware Bassett.