life preserver

  1. rescue equipment consisting of a buoyant belt or jacket to keep a person from drowning
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How To Use life preserver In A Sentence

  • The round thing behind the porthole is a carry point for a life preserver. ZRecommends
  • In fact, among all the detritus, flotsam, and muck, this movie could serve as a strategically tossed life preserver.
  • And a life preserver is absolutely necessary until you are safely out of the ocean and back aboard “the good ship private sector.” Matthew Yglesias » Unemployment Forever
  • The salt water caused the kernels to swell and the puffed grain filled the hold with a fluffy nature's life preserver.
  • That night, my husband's hug felt like a life preserver.
  • I, Ms. Rationality, am able to discuss in modulated tones how the market for this topic has changed; or conversely it's been done to death (even if I could have done it better); or the editor wouldn't have the good sense to recognize a great idea if he were on the Titanic and being offered a life preserver. Me and Sally Field | The Stiletto Gang
  • ‘This does not bode well with me,’ James said as he held his rifle as though it were a life preserver in rough seas.
  • Thanks to the streetlamp, I read the name painted on a life preserver mounted on the deck of the boat. Fat Chance
  • If we were hit all we would do would be take to the "briny" in a life preserver, get a stick and float it out. The War in the Far East
  • ‘We just had time to grab our life preservers stored topside and activate my EPIRB as water poured into the boat,’ Montz said.
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