verb (used with object)
Origin of succor
Can be confusedsuccor sucker
Examples from the Web for succor
Such attention comes too late to offer any succor or comfort to the families, friends, and co-workers mourning the dead.
And if it is to truly heal, Palestinians and Israelis must make of the scar a source of succor, not fear.
The human soul is an ocean tossed by storms of passion, deep and bottomless in its need for succor and nourishment.
In contrast, a mammalian infant depends on the separation cry for succor and security.
Here's the platform the new Washington can succor: We want good schools, but don't fire bad teachers.
The help and succor he received, as often before, seemed Providential.Ole Bull|Sara C. Bull
Remember and succor us in our distress, and think on them that lie exposed to the 58 rough storms of troubles and temptations.Prayers of the Early Church|Various
For the moment, therefore, he could do nothing more but look for succor.Foes in Ambush|Charles King
The guard, amazed, rushed forward to succor their fallen leader.Life and adventures of Frank and Jesse James|J. A. Dacus
Succor him if you can; preserve him from what is worse than death.Atlantic Classics, Second Series|Henry C. Merwin