- assistance and support in times of hardship and distress；reinforcements of troops.
- give assistance or aid to
noun: succour, plural noun: succours
verb: succour, 3rd person present: succours, gerund or present participle: succouring, past tense: succoured, past participle: succoured
- 1. assistance and support in times of hardship and distress:
the wounded had little chance of succour
- 2. reinforcements of troops.
- 1. give assistance or aid to:
prisoners of war were liberated and succoured
- n.assistance and support in times of hardship and distress.
- v.give assistance or aid to:
- prisoners of war were liberated and succored
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