Meaning of eloper in English:



See elope

‘Indeed, before 1849, steamers crossing the channel often contained young Irish elopers who made the 21 mile journey in order to be married in Portpatrick's 17th century church.’
  • ‘The long time friends and potential elopers begin to notice odd happenings around their school and town.’
  • ‘It began with a trickle of English elopers sneaking across the Border to get married at Gretna.’