Suc*cur"sal (?), a. [Cf. F. succursale. See Succor, n. & v. t.]

Serving to aid or help; serving as a chapel of ease; tributary.


Not a city was without its cathedral, surrounded by its succursal churches, its monasteries, and convents. Milman.


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