extrication

[ ek-stri-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF extrication

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTRICATION

What opening for extrication, unless, indeed, Emilia should die?

They were therefore in a dilemma, from which there was no middle course of extrication.

Here was an impasse from which obviously there was but one method of extrication.

This is one of the simplest of these methods of extrication.

They seemed to be in a maze, without perceiving the right way of extrication.

My whole future depended upon my extrication from that impasse.

Many of those who were saved died in a few hours after their extrication.

He was resolved to make an effort of some kind for the extrication of his sister.

Indeed, that seems in some places the only way to extrication from the labyrinth.

Could there be, even for him, some mode of extrication from his misery?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXTRICATION

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.