assistance in time of difficulty;
"the contributions provided some relief for the victims"
help in a difficult situation
- Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal promised security and succour to those in need.
富兰克林 - 罗斯福总统的“新政”许诺给予有需要的人以安全和救助。
- This paper is an overview of the medical succour for the poor people in our country.
- The government is immediately bringing succour to those affected in the earthquake.
- It is our duty to help the distressed and succour those in peril.
Paul's first impulse was to fly to the succour of his Roman brethren.出自： F. W. Farrar
When any of us was sick..the rest rushed to succour them.出自： M. Forster
Cut off from the secure life that had succoured him.出自： G. Greene