Origin of rancorMiddle English rancour from Old French rancor from LL, rankness, in LL(Ec), rancor from Classical Latin rancere, to be rank
Rancor is a bitter and long lasting hatred.
An example of rancor is how Lex Luthor feels about Superman.
Bitter, long-lasting resentment; deep-seated ill will: He was filled with rancor after losing his job.
Origin of rancorMiddle English from Old French from Late Latin rancid smell from Latin rancēre to stink, be rotten
- Over the course of the series, whatever rancor they may have felt slowly gives way to respect and new-found admiration and the pair eventually married.
- On the third trial, use non-droid characters to pull both switches by the door and the Rancor will be defeated.
- If you pull the switch next to the Rancor, an explosive box drops and shooting it will make it explode.
- The Rancor will grab the enemy and walk to a corner to eat.
- He almost winced at the rancor in her tone.