remord

transitive verb re·mord \rə̇ˈmȯ(ə)rd\

Definition of remord

archaic

  1. :  afflict

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Origin and Etymology of remord

Middle English remorden to afflict with remorse, from Middle French remordre, from Latin remordēre to bite again, vex


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