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What is the opposite of succor?

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Opposite of aid, comfort or support provided to someone in distress
Opposite of the comfort received by a person, typically after a loss or disappointment
Opposite of an instance of kind, or charitable, behavior
“It would be such a disservice to raise him in an environment for which he would be unprepared to enjoy and appreciate.”
Opposite of comfort or consolation in a time of great distress or sadness
Opposite of financial or practical assistance given to those in special need or difficulty
“I felt that the Federal Government ought not to put a further handicap on the borrowing of money by municipalities.”
Opposite of comfort, ease or enjoyment that has been provided or facilitated by something
Opposite of reduction of, or freedom, from pain
“In patients with contained herniation, exacerbation of pain may be due to an increase in intradiscal pressure.”
Opposite of help or encouragement given to someone or something
“After the sudden success of their enemy, a feeling of discouragement and despair seemed to chill and unnerve many of the truest and stoutest.”
Opposite of assistance provided
“The drought is becoming a hindrance in our efforts to quell the fires in the northern part of the state.”
Opposite of contentment or ease
“He lived a life of hardship that was full of challenges to overcome.”
Opposite of the act of providing someone in need of assistance with aid
“The doctor misdiagnosed his injury due to medical negligence.”
Opposite of relief from pain, distress or suffering
“The hot coffee caused Kramer a great deal of pain when he spilled it on himself.”
Opposite of a person or thing perceived as a source of mental or emotional support
“Chocolate and ice-cream had become my weakness, and the scales would be my worst enemy.”
Opposite of to provide aid, comfort or support to
Opposite of to look after or take special care of
Opposite of to relieve the distress or suffering of
Opposite of to provide assuagement or palliation to
(attend to) Opposite of to look after
“Brian was afraid that the doctor would ignore him if he gave his pain rating the wrong score.”
Opposite of to provide physiological relief
“The constant rubbing will aggravate my wound.”
Opposite of to free from anxiety or worry
“There might still be consequences and she didn't want anything to happen that would stress her grandmother.”
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