extricate


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to free from an entanglement

Synonyms for extricate

release from entanglement of difficulty

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Interior Secretary Manuel Roxas II slammed Senator Bong Revilla for covering up the truth just to extricate himself from the P10 billion pork barrel scam.
PTI salutes each and every one of them and makes a commitment to extricate our nation from this 'war on terror' which has become a war of terror for Pakistan," said a statement issued here from PTI media cell.
Meanwhile, two of 15 dive sites at Tubbataha Reef were off limits to divers while operations to extricate the USS Guardian from the protected marine park are going on, the Philippine Coast Guard said.
Jumblatt also stressed the necessity that Iran and Russia undertake a political initiative with the concerned states to extricate Syria out of its current crisis.
Beckham is currently on loan at AC Milan and trying to extricate himself from a lucrative contract at LA Galaxy so he can move to the San Siro on a permanent basis.
She has no real plan to extricate America from this big muddy by the Euphrates.
That's why I've been writing about the similar situation that now confronts us in Iraq--I know how hard it will be to extricate our friends even if reality is faced.
But even as she tries to extricate herself from her past, her sister's jealousy and rage threaten to pull her back in.
You'd think she wouldn't have that much trouble, given that most of her closest friends are guys, albeit dysfunctional ones in the tried-and-true way of sitcoms: Brendan (Reid Scott), who can't extricate himself from a bad relationship; her brother Andy (Jim Gaffigan), stuck in a henpecked marriage; loser Kenny (Michael Bunin); commitment-phobic ladies man Mike (Jamie Kaler); and Bobby (Kyle Howard), a new sportswriter to whom she's attracted, but they can't seem to get on the same page romantically.
Caption: All 160 members of the New Rochelle Fire Department will now be able to safely extricate themselves from certain emergency situations, thanks to a $15, 840 donation earmarked for the purchase of fire safety ropes by Cappelli Enterprises.
It builds to the finale, Flight, in which Michael (Wentworth Miller) must try to extricate his brother Lincoln (Dominic Purcell) from Death Row and evade sinister Captain Bellick (Wade Williams) and the guards.
If the robot is able to extricate itself and torsional rotation does not exceed 20 to 25 degrees, the SR-61 automatically resets.
Everyone is far more concerned about how to extricate themselves from Iraq, and what they are going to do about Iran.
Opportunity finally gained enough traction over those 3 weeks to move a meter to extricate itself from the sand.
Civil law approval of a mockery of marriage can only make it more difficult for homosexuals to extricate themselves from a gravely immoral union.