Origin and Etymology of surcease
Middle English sursesen, surcesen, from Anglo-French surceser, alteration of surseer, surseoir, from Latin supersedēre — more at supersede
First Known Use: 15th century
Examples of surcease in a sentence
<hoping the new medicine would bring surcease to his pain>
First Known Use of surcease
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