lifesaver

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LIFESAVER

It was a lifesaver, for he was shooting down into the darkness at a great rate.

He's been a lifesaver ever since he was a-put inter pants, but his jints is too stiff now.

Such a device, Tom felt, might prove to be a lifesaver if he should ever become trapped under water—perhaps far from help.

They'll probably patch it up and if we get a chance to escape later, it may be a lifesaver.

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