The act of delivering or the condition of being delivered.(noun)
Rescue from bondage or danger.(noun)
A publicly expressed opinion or judgment, such as the verdict of a jury.(noun)
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Use "deliverance" in a sentence
"All his deliverance is ascribed to God, and this sublime poetical representation is given to inspire the pious with confidence and the wicked with dread."
"Rudy McBagel: im sure chucky raped ned beaty in deliverance"
"If they desire to discriminate unlawfully in deliverance of their “social services,” tell them to take a hike."