- v. Simple past tense and past participle of extricate.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. freed from an entanglement or difficulty.
“But it is time for the illegals of all colors and creeds to be extricated from the welfare rolls, school rolls, pay rolls and hospital corridors.”
“Officials said the driver's body remained on the bus after the survivors escaped or were extricated from the vehicle.”
“One part Tutankhamun, one part Marie Antoinette, the collection seemed to be extricated from the catacombs of ancient Rome with plenty of peasant blouses, full skirts, and of course, cleavage.”
“Or, if he did not intend to ridicule for the sake of ridicule, then he intended to indicate that Watson's eugenicism cannot be extricated from the moral condemnation that we direct at Hitler's eugenics program, involving as it did, racism, forced marriages, forced sterilisations, and mass murder.”
“By the time Miss Camilla had been extricated from the débris as lifeless and inert as the other two, the chauffeur had returned at mad speed from the village, bringing with him a doctor and many strange appliances for resuscitation.”
“His presence of mind again extricated him from danger.”
“Glory Mooncalled extricated himself early, engaged only to keep the Venageti from fleeing.”
“But the thing is you can always say this about The Donald, he is always on the edge, he doesn't really care about this casino business anyway, because he's kind of extricated himself, so this guy has got more lives than a cat.”
“Both times Lincoln extricated his general-in-chief.”
“At last, Big Zojja had extricated herself from the trench and clambered to her feet.”
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