Example sentences for: deliverance

How can you use “deliverance” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The Times of London, a Murdoch newspaper, devoted both a report and an editorial to the news that a surge in demand for exorcisms has led the Vatican to revise its 400-year-old formula for deliverance.

  • Herein, names are most often associated with disease rather than deliverance.

  • Because linguists are atrociously bad writers, in most cases, this would be a merciful deliverance from the agony of wading through their texts at first hand were it not for the unfortunate fact that Andersen is a pretty boring writer himself.

  • To monitor his movements, the authorities appoint an inspector (an amusingly sober Jon Voight, reunited with Boorman for the first time since the 1972 Deliverance ), who soon has the resources to post cops on Cahill's back fence and on the street in front of his house, and to follow him and his gang wherever they go.

  • Where the Grand Canal empties into the lagoon stands the imposing church of Santa Maria della Salute — “la Salute” to the Venetians — is the masterpiece of Baldassare Longhena, built to mark the city’s deliverance from a plague in 1630.


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