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Definitionrelease from entanglement or difficulty
- But she could not extricate him without disturbing six other wounded men, so she let him go on to the hospital.3.18 (59% in)
- Seeing that he was employing familiar maneuvers to extricate himself from unpleasant conversation, she slipped her arm through his and said: "I was waiting for you.1.2 (56% in)
- India was torn between the desire to shield Ashley by her silence and to extricate him by telling all her suspicions to Melanie and the whole world.5.49 (11% in)
There are no more uses of "extricate" in Gone with the Wind.
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