deliverance definition

  • noun:
    • The act of delivering or even the problem of being delivered.
    • relief from bondage or danger.
    • A publicly expressed opinion or wisdom, such as the verdict of a jury.
    • Act of delivering, their state of being delivered, or something delivered.
    • Extrication from risk, imprisonment, relief an such like.
    • The act of delivering or freeing from discipline, captivity, danger, and so on; relief.
    • Act of taking forth kids.
    • Act of talking; utterance.
    • The state to be delivered, or freed from discipline.
    • any such thing delivered or communicated; esp., an impression or choice indicated openly.
    • Any reality or truth that is decisively attested or intuitively called a psychological or philosophical datum.
    • The work of setting free; launch or relief, as from captivity, oppression, risk, or evil of any kind.
    • Acquittal of a prisoner by the verdict of a jury.
    • Parturition; childbearing; delivery.
    • ergo The work of disburdening of such a thing; specially, the act of disburdening your brain by uttering a person's ideas.
    • The work of giving or transferring from 1 to another.
    • Utterance; statement; also, a specific declaration, specifically of opinion; specifically, an authoritative or formal utterance by-speech or writing; a choice in a controversy.
    • In Scots law, the expressed choice of a judge or an arbitrator, interim or final. Whenever interim, its technically called an interlocutor.
    • recovery or conservation from reduction or danger
    • The act of delivering or the problem of being delivered.
    • Rescue from bondage or danger.
    • A publicly expressed viewpoint or judgment, including the decision of a jury.
    • Act of delivering, the state of being delivered, or something like that delivered.
    • Extrication from risk, imprisonment, relief etc.
    • The work of delivering or freeing from restraint, captivity, peril, and stuff like that; rescue.
    • Act of bringing forth young ones.
    • Act of talking; utterance.
    • hawaii of being delivered, or freed from restraint.
    • something delivered or communicated; esp., an opinion or choice indicated openly.
    • Any fact or truth that will be decisively attested or intuitively referred to as a psychological or philosophical datum.
    • The act of setting free; launch or rescue, as from captivity, oppression, risk, or evil of any sort.
    • Acquittal of a prisoner by the verdict of a jury.
    • Parturition; childbearing; distribution.
    • therefore The act of disburdening of anything; specially, the work of disburdening the mind by uttering your thoughts.
    • The work of offering or moving in one to another.
    • Utterance; statement; in addition, a specific statement, specifically of opinion; especially, an authoritative or official utterance by speech or writing; a determination in a controversy.
    • In Scots law, the expressed decision of a judge or an arbitrator, interim or final. When interim, its technically called an interlocutor.
    • data recovery or conservation from loss or risk

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