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noun as in person who redeems, aids in time of difficulty

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They say Elon Musk is the rocket man, the iron man, the savior of the sins of a fossilized auto industry.

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As coal, long the state’s most powerful industry, has continued its decline, West Virginia leaders have over the last few years pointed to natural gas as the state’s economic savior.

Senior officials claimed she amassed power by undermining colleagues, stoking upheaval and presenting herself as the lone savior in a crisis.

I’m not going to say it’s a horrible thing, but I’m not going to say it’s a savior for reefs, either.

Coming in relief as the savior is basically Foles’s entire brand.

Now they are a notch on a belt, and the savior can feel good about themselves.

“He told us we were going to be the savior of FM radio,” said John Normand.

The next day, Christmas, is the birthday of the savior, but Frank is not a believer.

The King returns to Cleveland, a battered Kobe battles in the West, and the Zen Master is christened the savior of New York.

And former president Nicolas Sarkozy, touted by supporters as a savior-in-waiting, is saddled with scandals himself.

It involved no sense of the spirituality of the Divine Law, no consciousness of unworthiness, no need of a Savior.

Thus, in a time, the like of which history before or since has never seen, appeared the Savior of men.

John possessed a deep, affectionate nature, which made him the dearest of the Savior's three chosen friends.

Peter, James and John were the chosen among the chosen, upon whom the Savior bestowed special favor.

The Sadducees denied the separate existence of spirits; but, in our Savior's famous argument with them.


On this page you'll find 30 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to savior, such as: defender, guardian angel, hero, liberator, protector, and salvation.

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