Definition of "salvaging" [salvaging]

  • Present participle of salvage. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "salvaging" in a sentence
  • "Catholic leaders would get over their parochial preoccupations, "they could play a central role in salvaging Mr. Obama's health-care programme.""
  • "Namah Śivaya has such power, the mere intonation of these syllables reaps its own reward in salvaging the soul from bondages of the treacherous instinctive mind and the steel bands of a perfected externalized intellect."
  • "And oral informants all agreed that, whether or not they were directly involved in salvaging efforts, women had no moral dilemmas about using any items brought home from a wreck, but were instead ruled by pragmatism and a desire to give some small extra comfort to their families."
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