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scuncheon

Syllabification: scun·cheon
Pronunciation: /ˈskən(t)SHən
 
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Definition of scuncheon in English:

noun

The inside face of a doorjamb or window frame.

Origin

Middle English: shortening of Old French escoinson, based on coin 'corner'.

Words that rhyme with scuncheon

luncheon, truncheon

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