Definition Of succoure

verb

assistance and support in times of hardship and distress.

Victims' families had no protection, no succour or support.

give assistance or aid to.

prisoners of war were liberated and succored

Example Of succoure

  • But love of another person is not enough; there must be some outside standard by which we can determine what we should do to succor that person.

  • But whoever assumes this role, their supporters can at least derive succour from the infinite spirit of the Highlanders.

  • Errors, indeed, prevail by the assistance of foreign and borrowed succors .

  • First, while in Gujarat, I met many individuals who remain anonymous, who were so distressed by what had happened that they worked tirelessly round the clock to help provide succour .

  • For in their succourless empty-handedness, they, in the heathenish sharked waters, and by the beaches of unrecorded, javelin islands, battled with virgin wonders and terrors that Cook with all his marines and muskets would not willingly have dared.


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