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Deliverer

Deliverer \De*liv"er*er\, n.

  1. One who delivers or rescues; a preserver.

  2. One who relates or communicates.

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deliverer

n. One who delivers.

Usage examples of "deliverer".

There speaks the man, who, mire, and rags, and burdens and all, will yet be found in the heaven of heavens where the chief of sinners shall see their Deliverer face to face, and shall at last and for ever be like Him.

Under these circumstances, Genseric, a Christian, but an enemy of the orthodox communion, showed himself to the Donatists as a powerful deliverer, from whom they might reasonably expect the repeal of the odious and oppressive edicts of the Roman emperors.

O Thou Helper of the feeble, Succorer of the poor and Deliverer of the helpless who turn unto Thee.

The central dogma that the Deliverer taught was that the close-coupled interaction between the inner processes of the human psyche and the more remote levels of supercomputing complexity could unlock the mind to new dimensions of reality.

I am treated like a scoundrel, and the man who should have been my defender and deliverer slinks away and hides himself, and adds to the insults I have received.

For his part, it was clear that the Deliverer, Eubeleus, held JEVEX in extraordinary awe and reverence, with an unswerving belief in its abilities that bordered on fanatical.

When the despair of the Greek subjects invited Calo- John as their deliverer, they hoped that he would protect their liberty and adopt their laws: they were soon taught to compare the degrees of national ferocity, and to execrate the savage conqueror, who no longer dissembled his intention of dispeopling Thrace, of demolishing the cities, and of transplanting the inhabitants beyond the Danube.

  When the despair of the Greek subjects invited Calo- John as their deliverer, they hoped that he would protect their liberty and adopt their laws: they were soon taught to compare the degrees of national ferocity, and to execrate the savage conqueror, who no longer dissembled his intention of dispeopling Thrace, of demolishing the cities, and of transplanting the inhabitants beyond the Danube.

You were our benefactors, our judges, our executioners, our redeemers, our chastisers, and our deliverers.

No matter how reasonable these Deliverers were, Sundhaven owed them nothing.

I have known evil practices to flourish, but it is the sworn duty of the Deliverers to seek them out and to put an end to them.

Since these Deliverers were sworn to root out power and destroy its sources, it followed that they would seek her death.

And this is no simple follower of the Abiding Word, the law of the Deliverers, who seeks you.

The Deliverers had defended themselves well, but had not been able to match the speed of their aerial assailants.

Steel and claw rang together, but several of the Deliverers had received deeper wounds than Djemuta.