extricate

(redirected from extricated)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Wikipedia.
Related to extricated: demeanor, aloofness, afoot, required, woe, staunch
  • verb

Synonyms for extricate

Synonyms for extricate

to free from an entanglement

Synonyms for extricate

release from entanglement of difficulty

References in periodicals archive ?
She informed that stranded Pakistanis will now be extricated now by sea.
The driver that had to be extricated from her vehicle was transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center -- University Campus, Worcester, with serious injuries, while the driver and passenger from the other vehicle were transported to HealthAlliance Hospital -- Leominster Campus, according to Chief Sullivan.
She was also extricated from the car and immobilised using a spinal board and neck collar.
Fire Department Special Rescue Team extricated an individual trapped in grain.
The driver of the bus suffered leg and chest injuries and had to be extricated from his vehicle by fire and rescue officers, said West Midlands Ambulance Service.
She gently extricated herself from the relationship, only to find that Mr.
Devin Brown assaulted LAPD Officer Steve Garcia with a deadly weapon (a car), narrowly missing him only because Garcia extricated himself from the ballistic protection of his patrol cruiser.
If within 40 days he refused to adopt this procedure, he might be forcibly extricated for justice.
Arakan (4-6) appeared to have plenty on his plate before Fallon extricated his mount off the fence before getting up to score by three quarters of a length.
The court found that the dangerousness of some defendants was clearly and convincingly shown by evidence of their attendance at a five-week training session at an Afghanistan terrorist camp, but that one defendant rebutted this by showing that he had extricated himself from the terrorist camp and cooperated with authorities thereafter.
London) A brave intervention, a moving study of drawing lines and the erotics of abstraction, absence, and Duchamp, Nesbit's astonishing book, her first since the masterful Atget's Seven Albums, proves the form and way in which thought is written-- the style--can't be extricated from the manner in which and what it means.
Ultimately, Africa's wildlife must be extricated completely from market considerations if it is to survive.
After spending most of the session in a Hurricane Rita-induced haze, the major market indices have extricated themselves from this funk and have found some positive purchase heading into the final hour of trading.
The man had to be extricated from the vehicle with help from the fire service whilst he continued to receive medical treatment.
The woman was trapped and had to be extricated from the vehicle after the accident, which happened between junction 12, at Gaydon, and junction 11, at Farnborough, at about 7am.