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suppawn

[ suh-pawn ]
/ səˈpɔn /
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noun Hudson Valley.

cornmeal mush.

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Origin of suppawn

1785–95, Americanism;<New York Dutch suppaen, sapaen<Munsee Delaware nsá·pa·n;see samp
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Example sentences from the Web for suppawn

  • Montgomery would never touch suppawn if it were scorched: therefore, she need carry him none of it.

    The Brass Bound Box|Evelyn Raymond
  • She tried to coax me, with atrocious grins and nods, to eat the smoking suppawn.

    The Blunders of a Bashful Man|Metta Victoria Fuller Victor
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