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scuncheon

[ skuhn-chuhn ]
/ ˈskʌn tʃən /
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noun Architecture.
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British Dictionary definitions for scuncheon

scuncheon
/ (ˈskʌntʃən) /

noun
the inner part of a door jamb or window frame

Word Origin for scuncheon

C15: from Old French escoinson, from coin angle
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