Examples of deliverance in a Sentence
She prayed for deliverance as the famine got worse.
looked to the European powers for deliverance from their country's cruel tyrant
Recent Examples of deliverance from the Web
Graves said in Dunkirk: From Disaster to Deliverance, Testimonies of the Last Survivors.
From defection to deliverance, James left controversially, came home, surprisingly, to the worst team in the NBA for each of the four years he was gone, and delivered against all odds the championship for which the city had waited 52 years.
Eventually one woman remains, cut off from her family, stranded by her dreams of deliverance.
Trump’s envisioning a Pittsburgh in which unemployed steelworkers and coal miners wander the streets under smoggy skies, begging for deliverance from the vagaries of the international economy.
Video games were his deliverance from depression, loneliness and social anxiety.
On Saturday evening, Deliverance attended an emotional, at times volatile, vigil held at a MAX transit center in northeast Portland.
In an interview in Portland, Deliverance described her son as a humanitarian who wanted to make the world a better place.
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First Known Use of deliverance
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Definition of deliverance for English Language Learners
: the state of being saved from something dangerous or unpleasant
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