early 15c., "injury, wrong, outrage," from Anglo-French, Old French suprise, variant of surprise. Later also with sense "oppression; surprise attack."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for supprise
You supprise me said Mr Salteena I have none of those articles.
To her supprise Helen came to the door instead of Marshland.Daisy Ashford: Her Book
The tales of this first gas attack were varied and fantastic, but all agreed on the supprise and the horror of it.Friends of France
Oh said Ethel in supprise I am not prepared for this and she lent back against the trunk of the tree.