What is another word for soupcon?

Pronunciation: [sˈuːpkən] (IPA)

Soupcon is a French word that means a small or a very slight amount of something. It is often used in literature and in conversation as a subtle way of expressing something, such as a suspicion or an idea. There are several synonyms for soupcon, including bit, hint, trace, smidgeon, dash, tad, pinch, and touch. These synonyms can be used interchangeably, depending on the context and the tone of the conversation. They can also be used creatively to add nuance and variety to writing or speech. So, the next time you want to express a subtle idea or a faint suspicion, consider using one of these synonyms instead of soupcon.

Synonyms for Soupcon:

What are the hypernyms for Soupcon?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for soupcon?

Soupcon is a French word that means a small amount or hint of something. The antonyms for soupcon could be: 1. A large quantity 2. A lot 3. An abundance 4. A plethora 5. Much 6. More than enough 7. A surplus 8. A plethora. Soupcon is often used to describe something that is barely noticeable or just a slight amount. However, when you use an antonym for soupcon, you can imply that there is a lot of something. Using the antonyms can help you to convey a different tone or meaning in your writing or speech.

Usage examples for Soupcon

If it is to pique me it is labour in vain, for I have not a soupcon of jealousy in my composition.
"One Maid's Mischief"
George Manville Fenn
"He had as many shots as I had," said young Gould, whose desire of self- glorification smothered any soupcon of good taste which he might have acquired, "only he missed them all."
"Dr. Jolliffe's Boys"
Lewis Hough
That fat woman he's bowing to is Viscountess Sedley, a porcine empress, widow of three, with a soupcon of bigamy to flavour them.
"The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete"
George Meredith Last Updated: March 7, 2009

Related words: a soupcon of doubt, soupcon of suspicion , soupçon of doubt, suspicion, doubt, suspicion and doubt, a pinch of doubt, a hint of doubt

Semantically related questions:

  • is there any doubt? what is your opinion? what do you think? is there any suspicion? is there any suspicion of wrongdoing?
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