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cuspidor

noun cus·pi·dor \ˈkəs-pə-ˌdr\

Definition of CUSPIDOR

:  spittoon

Origin of CUSPIDOR

Portuguese cuspidouro place for spitting, from cuspir to spit, from Latin conspuere, from com- + spuere to spit — more at spew
First Known Use: 1735

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