From The Oxford English Dictionary:

scrimption, n.

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A very small amount or degree, a bit. Cf. smidgen n.

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1867 P. Kennedy Banks of Boro xxvi. 208 You won’t get the least scrimshin of the nice hot cake.

1885 Arthur’s Home Mag. Dec. 759/2 He’s a scrimption better to-day.

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