Synonyms for trouper

Grammar : Noun
Spell : troo-per
Phonetic Transcription : ˈtru pər

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Définition of trouper

Origin :
  • 1890, "actor or performer in a troupe," agent noun from troupe. Transferred sense of "reliable, uncomplaining person" [OED] is attested by 1942, American English.
  • As in mimic : noun person who imitates
  • As in player : noun person who acts in performance
  • As in traveler : noun person who journeys
  • As in veteran : noun person with much experience; particularly in war
  • As in performer : noun entertainer
  • As in actor : noun person who performs, entertains by role-playing
Example sentences :
  • The woman had been a trouper in the old days of one-night stands.
  • Extract from : « Gigolo » by Edna Ferber
  • And he there made those excellent verses of the Trouper (quaere).
  • Extract from : « Brief Lives (Vol. 2 of 2) » by John Aubrey
  • "That is because I am a trouper, and troupers live in their trunks," smiled Anne.
  • Extract from : « Grace Harlowe's Third Year at Overton College » by Jessie Graham Flower

Antonyms for trouper

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