Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Something cut off; a piece; shred; clipping.
  • noun Something split off; a splinter.
  • To cut up; split.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete A shred; a fragment; a strip of wood.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • February 9, 2008 at 1:10 pm oenlee if yu wont – is nawt copmu…conpu….culpon….yu donut has to if yu donut wont.

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  • "Cast on another culpon, John, and stir the broth with thy sword-sheath," growled Johnston, looking anxiously for the twentieth time at the reeking pot.

    The White Company

  • "Cast on another culpon, John, and stir the broth with thy sword-sheath," growled Johnston, looking anxiously for the twentieth time at the reeking pot.

    The White Company

  • "Cast on another culpon, John, and stir the broth with thy sword-sheath," growled Johnston, looking anxiously for the twentieth time at the reeking pot.

    The White Company

  • "Cast on another culpon, John, and stir the broth with thy sword-sheath," growled Johnston, looking anxiously for the twentieth time at the reeking pot.

    The White Company

  • "Cast on another culpon, John, and stir the broth with thy sword-sheath," growled Johnston, looking anxiously for the twentieth time at the reeking pot.

    The White Company

  • [g] splatte that pyke sauce that playce sauce that tenche splaye that breme syde that haddocke tuske that barbell culpon that troute

    Early English Meals and Manners

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