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soupcon

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English soupçon (itself from the French soupçon), often spelled with a regular c since the 1990s.

NounEdit

soupcon (plural soupcons)

  1. Alternative form of soupçon.
    • 2003, Newsweek, "American Beat: Underneath The Turban":
      A guy I'd known as little more than a campus loser was running for Senate with a fair amount of aplomb, a soupcon of dignity and boatloads of cash from his personal fortune.

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