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coupon

[ koo-pon, kyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF coupon

Synonyms for coupon

  • advertisement
  • card
  • certificate
  • voucher
  • slip
  • token
  • box top
  • credit slip
  • detachable portion
  • order blank
  • premium certificate
  • ration slip
  • redeemable part
  • redemption slip
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COUPON

Do you expect me to think that a coupon clipper could have done that?

"Give me change;" and he proffered a "coupon" for fifty thousand francs.

It's been comin' his way ever since he was big enough to clip a coupon.

John looked eagerly at the coupon which had been handed him at the door.

"Well, I will take it," said Mahin, and put the coupon on the counter.

He took the coupon out of his purse to show to his new friend.

Ivan Mironov gave the coupon to the waiter and asked for change.

A coupon will appear on this page of "Secret Service" every week.

She took the coupon out of her purse and passed it to her husband.

Sign your name and address to the coupon below and rush it to us.

WORD ORIGIN

1822, "certificate of interest due on a bond" (which could be cut from the bond and presented for payment), from French coupon, literally "piece cut off," from couper "to cut," from coup "a blow" (see coup). Meaning widened to "discount ticket" 1860s by British travel agent Thomas Cook. The specific advertising sense is from 1906.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COUPON

certificate

nounauthorizing document

draft

nouncheck for paying money
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