rescue

[n] - recovery or preservation from loss or danger 2. [v] - free from harm or evil 3. [v] - take forcibly from legal custody, as of prisoners
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Rescue

Res'cue transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Rescued (-k?d); present participle & verbal noun Rescuing .] [ Middle English rescopuen , Old French rescourre , rescurre , rescorre ; Latin prefix re-
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Rescue

Res'cue noun [ From Rescue , v. ; confer Rescous .] 1. The act of rescuing; deliverance from restraint, violence, or danger; liberation. « Spur to the rescue of the noble Talbot.» Shak. 2. (Law) (a) The
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rescue

1. The act of rescuing; deliverance from restraint, violence, or danger; liberation. 'Spur to the rescue of the noble Talbot.' (Shak) ... 2. The forcible retaking, or taking away, against law, of things lawfully distrained. The forcible liberation of a person from an arrest or imprisonment. ... The retaking by a party captured of a prize made by th
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rescue

deliverance noun recovery or preservation from loss or danger; `work is the deliverance of mankind`; `a surgeon`s job is the saving of lives`
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rescue

to assist someone who is in danger
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Rescue

• (v.) The act of rescuing; deliverance from restraint, violence, or danger; liberation. • (v.) The retaking by a party captured of a prize made by the enemy. • (v.) The forcible retaking, or taking away, against law, of things lawfully distrained. • (v.) The forcible liberation of a person from an arrest or imprisonment. •
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Rescue

to do something, knowingly and willfully, for the purpose of freeing someone from custody, or to aid and assist someone in escaping from custody. A forcible setting at liberty against law of a person duly arrested. The person who rescues the prisoner is called the rescuer. If the rescued prisoner were arrested for felony, then the rescuer is a fe..
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Rescue

Physical removal of a live person or animal from danger to a place of comfort.
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