Synonyms for soupcon
- small bit
- small quantity
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SOUPCON
This, with the soupcon of a demi-shrug; "You will not suffer much" being implied.
So there seemed to be a soupcon of treachery in his subtleties and his disclosures.
And the soupcon of blue on the hat and in the earrings of miladi lights up the whole personality.
That fat woman he's bowing to is Viscountess Sedley, a porcine empress, widow of three, with a soupcon of bigamy to flavour them.
"a slight trace or suggestion," 1766, from French soupçon "suspicion," from Old French sospeçon "suspicion, worry, anxiety" (12c.), from Late Latin suspectionem (see suspicion).