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Word: salvage

Definition: rescue (goods or property) from loss; N: saving; property saved


Sentences Containing 'salvage'

We departed early in the morning, for we had a Salvage case coming on in the Admiralty Court, requiring a rather accurate knowledge of the whole science of navigation, in which (as we couldn't be expected to know much about those matters in the Commons) the judge had entreated two old Trinity Masters, for charity's sake, to come and help him out.
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