extricate[ ek-stri-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF extricate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTRICATE
Money was needful to extricate him from this drudgery and let him follow up his aspirations.
But Shakib is in such a business tangle that he could not extricate himself in a day.
Before the animal could extricate itself Mary-'Gusta had seized it in her arms.
He could extricate himself by criminating his dead father, but that he should never do.
Still, he conceived that he had gone too far to extricate himself.
She lay on her back, struggling vainly to extricate her foot from the stirrup.
So many fell on top of Shorty that he was unable to rise and extricate himself.
What he expected of me was to extricate him from a difficult situation.
You are just in time to extricate us from a most inconvenient situation.
I can extricate myself from the Paris disaster, even turn it to account.