Definition of Succories

1. succory [n] - See also: succory



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Succories

succinylacetone
succinylation
succinylcholine
succinyls
succinylsulfathiazole
succinyltransferase
succise
succision
succor
succorable
succored
succorer
succorers
succorest
succoreth
succories (current term)
succoring
succorless
succors
succory
succose
succot
succotash
succotashes
succoth
succour
succoured
succourer
succourers
succourest

Literary usage of Succories

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1. Curiosities of Literature by Isaac Disraeli (1835)
"... compositions were trifling and perplexed succories i the persons of which are fantastical to the last degree. Ben Jonson, in his " Masque of Christmas," ..."

2. English Etymologies by William Henry Fox Talbot (1847)
"... having yellow composite flowers, and of a nature very analogous to the succories and lettuces: hence I think the above is its true etymology. ..."

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