American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that saves a life.
- n. See lifeguard.
- n. One that provides help in a crisis or emergency.
- n. A life preserver shaped like a ring.
- n. Someone or something that saves lives.
- n. figuratively Someone or something that is very useful or helpful.
“And she promised not to use the $25 billion approved for retooling plants as a short-term lifesaver for the industry.”
“The lifesaver is a qualified silver medal captain certified by Surf Life Saving”
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“A reader on the Electronics Blog says her battery-operated, portable LCD TV has been a "lifesaver" during emergencies and power outages.”
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“PIFWJ has helped coordinate nine bone marrow drives since 2008 and says that through all of Jackie's efforts she's had one "lifesaver," a matched donor that goes through the entire process.”
“Tony Abbott praises 'lifesaver' truckdriver after close call on the roads IT was to have been just another routine day for a politician touring regional centres - lots of driving, lots of talking to locals and a compulsory treat of scones at the end.”
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