succor

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Noun[edit]

succor (uncountable)

  1. (American spelling) Alternative spelling of succour
    • 1583, George Whetstone, A Remembraunce of the Life, Death, and Vertues of the Most Noble and Honourable Lord, Thomas Late Erle of Sussex, [] VVho Deceased at Barmesey the 11th of June 1583, London: Imprinted by John Wolfe & Richard Jones, OCLC 1121353275; republished as A Remembraunce of the Life, Death, and Vertues of the Most Noble and Honourable Lord, Thomas Late Earle of Sussex (Frondes Caducæ)‎[1], [Auchinleck, East Ayrshire]: Reprinted, at the Auchinleck Press, by Alexander Boswell, 1816, OCLC 624958233:
      His hand, that oft the enemy did lame, / He reach't to thoſe whoſe ſuccors were diſmayde; [...]

Verb[edit]

succor (third-person singular simple present succors, present participle succoring, simple past and past participle succored)

  1. (American spelling) Alternative spelling of succour

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