The national government, in such cases, will not be affected by this pride, but will proceed with moderation and candor to consider and decide on the means most proper to extricate
them from the difficulties which threaten them.
She begs, she implores one thing of you--to extricate
her from the impossible position in which she is placed.
With that sum you can extricate
yourself from your present difficulties; and when you are full of money again, you can redeem it, and take it back cleansed from its ancient stains, as it will have passed through the hands of usurers.
Fouquet has raised against your majesty a troop of factious rioters to extricate
his friends from punishment, he will raise an army when he has in turn to extricate
himself from punishment.
Instantly I began to extricate
myself and crawl back again, with what speed and silence I could manage, to the more open portion of the wood.
Imagination may range at pleasure till it gets bewildered amidst the labyrinths of an enchanted castle, and knows not on which side to turn to extricate
itself from the perplexities into which it has so rashly adventured.
It was his luck to meet a young man in what is technically called a 'dive,' and thanks to his monthly wages, to extricate
this new acquaintance from a position of present disgrace and possible danger in the future.