Succor in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Succor

assistance or relief from distress

Examples of Succor in a sentence

As soon as the news was broadcast, people from the small community were gathering in homes and churches to organize plans for bringing succor to the widows and children of the firefighters. πŸ”Š

Even though Holly is painfully shy, she is never hesitant to offer succor to anyone who is in pain. πŸ”Š

Because of its powers to provide emotional succor in times of stress, Paula keeps a drawer full of chocolate at work, in case of emergency. πŸ”Š

The Red Cross is dedicated to providing succor and support to families who have been displaced by natural disasters. πŸ”Š

The refugee family was obviously in need of succor and a safe haven, but the unsympathetic judge ruled that they be deported. πŸ”Š

Although most formal religions expect people to succor the needy, most people pretend not to see the homeless man on the street corner. πŸ”Š

Compared to the indifference paid to returning veterans from the Viet Nam conflict, today’s Americans are more likely to succor soldiers who have served in combat. πŸ”Š

While they waited for the ambulance to arrive, Beth did whatever she could to succor the people who had been injured in the crash. πŸ”Š

Even though you may be tempted to succor the baby bird, it would be better if you called a wildlife agency or veterinarian. πŸ”Š

Sadly, there were very few volunteers offering to succor the prisoners of war who were finally back in society. πŸ”Š

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