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succory

[ suhk-uh-ree ]
/ ˈsʌk ə ri /
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noun, plural suc·co·ries.

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Origin of succory

1525–35; <Middle Low German suckerie, perhaps <Medieval Latin, blend of Latin succus juice and cichoriumchicory; the plant's roots are full of sap
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British Dictionary definitions for succory

succory
/ (ˈsʌkərɪ) /

noun plural -cories

another name for chicory

Word Origin for succory

C16: variant of cicoree chicory; related to Middle Low German suckerie, Dutch suikerei
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