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“Trooper” or “Trouper”


trooper / trouper are similar-sounding terms with different meanings (referred to as homophones). To better understand the differences, see below for definitions, pronunciation guides, and example sentences using each term. 👇


trooper: (noun) a mounted policeman. (noun) a state police officer.

trouper: (noun) a person who is reliable and uncomplaining and hard working.


trooper: t·r·UW·p·er

trouper: NA


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Examples in Context

Examples of “trooper”

  • Judge Dredd, Sláine and Rogue Trooper, as well as writing various
  • According to trooper Jack Carruthers the attack came
  • War Paint (1953) as Trooper Charnofsky
  • Dettingen in June 1743, when Trooper George Daraugh bravely recovered the
  • Trooper Useless (1936)
  • Johnston first sent his mounted trooper on to call the rebels
  • each, Crystals of Morga, Star Trooper, Mayday!, Spell Bound, and Mine
  • Autry is demoted to trooper and Rufe has loses one
  • James Badge Dale as Trooper Barrigan
  • the ghost of a Hessian trooper whose head had been shot

Examples of “trouper”

(Examples are Wikipedia snippets under the CC ShareAlike 3.0 license. Definitions drawn from WordNet.)

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