Definition of cuppy in English:

cuppy

Syllabification: cup·py
Pronunciation: /ˈkəpē
 
/

adjective (cuppier, cuppiest)

(Of ground) full of shallow depressions.
More example sentences
  • He lost one race on a track that I would classify as dead and cuppy.
  • She closed strongly in the stretch over a cuppy track at Saratoga on August 17 to win the Alabama.
  • I didn't think she liked the track in the Adirondack, but that track was dry and cuppy.

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