corse

play
noun \ ˈkȯrs \

Definition of corse

archaic

Examples of corse in a Sentence

  1. would have to inter the corse of many a fallen comrade before the war's end

Origin and Etymology of corse

Middle English cors, from Anglo-French

corse Synonyms

Synonyms
bones, cadaver, carcass, corpus, corpse [archaic], relics, remains, stiff
Related Words
mummy; carnage, carrion; ashes; deceased, decedent


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