A full share of suspicion


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Good day everybody :)

I'm reading a book and have come across the following expression:

"A full share of suspicion fell upon us."

and I fully understand the meaning, though I'd expect to read "a full share of suspicions" in the plural form rather than the singular one.

Is that, in any case, correct?

Thanks in advance for your help!
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