SALVAGE's Sentences and Contexts

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 Sentences of salvage
Definition:
v. save from loss or destruction; rescue of a ship; save for further use
Example:
He doesn't want to admit it yet, but the legacy he's so desperately trying to salvage is already broken down.
The Norwegian group looking to salvage the Maud is filming the shipwreck’s final winter in Nunavut.
Sentence in Classic:
The fact that a coastguard was the first on board may save some complications, later on, in the Admiralty Court; for coastguards cannot claim the salvage which is the right of the first civilian entering on a derelict.
Dracula By Bram Stoker Context
For a moment she could not understand what it all meant and then, remembering that the commissary warehouses were down by the railroad tracks, she realized that the army had thrown them open to the people to salvage what they could before the Yankees came.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context
Here and there, frightened servants carried silver pitchers, knives and forks and a family portrait or two which had been salvaged in the first fight.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context