verb (used with object), rescued, rescuing.
to free or deliver from confinement, violence, danger, or evil.
Law. to liberate or take by forcible or illegal means from lawful custody.
the act of rescuing.
of or relating to someone or something trained or equipped to rescue:
a rescue dog.
verb (transitive) -cues, -cuing, -cued
to bring (someone or something) out of danger, attack, harm, etc; deliver or save
to free (a person) from legal custody by force
(law) to seize (goods or property) by force
the act or an instance of rescuing
(as modifier): a rescue party
the forcible removal of a person from legal custody
(law) the forcible seizure of goods or property
verb (used with or without object) 1. Fine Arts. to carve, model, or make by using the techniques of sculpture. 2. to form, shape, or manipulate, as in the manner of sculpture: Her hair was sculpted by a leading hairdresser. verb 1. a variant of sculpture (sense 5), sculpture (sense 6), sculpture (sense 7), sculpture […]
verb (transitive) 1. to close (something) tightly or securely again
noun 1. an embossed emblem, figure, symbol, word, letter, etc., used as attestation or evidence of authenticity. 2. a stamp, medallion, ring, etc., engraved with such a device, for impressing paper, wax, lead, or the like: The king took the seal from his finger and applied it to the document. 3. the impression so obtained: […]
noun 1. diligent and systematic inquiry or investigation into a subject in order to discover or revise facts, theories, applications, etc.: recent research in medicine. 2. a particular instance or piece of research. verb (used without object) 3. to make researches; investigate carefully. verb (used with object) 4. to make an extensive investigation into: to […]