- n. Plural form of rescuer.
“Martin Mejia/Associated Press Perhaps the most ingenious device developed by rescuers is the paloma -- or pigeon, as in carrier pigeon -- a five-foot-long hollow cylinder that works like a pneumatic tube.”
“The entrance and exit to the basement, used by the rescuers, is round the corner to the left in this view, on the north-west face, at which a UN excavator can be seen working.”
“These "rescuers" -- sweaty mobs of zombie-like true believers -- swarmed across the street in front of the clinic like angry ants.”
“The "rescuers" -- Spanish soldiers -- quickly broke in with axes and after emptying the money boxes, hurled the wretched Mongolians and all their goods into the street, to be dealt with at discretion.”
“apparently once she came within range of cell phone service - and he called rescuers in Guam to give them the boat's coordinates, the U.S.”
“Dying in sweltering heat when there aren’t 120 mile an hour winds and flooding outside blocking rescuers is just stupid.”
“You are the ones she described as her rescuers, are you not? ”
“This kitten is "in process" right now through the rescuers, which is to say that she has not yet been vetted, but she will be fully vetted -- including a certificate for spay/neuter -- before being handed over to any given home.”
“O'BRIEN: Peter, you imply that they're in fairly close proximity, that is, the rescuers are fairly close to the spelunkers, they just can't get them out?”
“Kearsarge, he told me his rescuers were the real heroes.”
Looking for tweets for rescuers.