[ US /ˈɹɛsˌkjuɝ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈɛskjuːɐ/ ]
  1. someone who saves something from danger or violence
  2. a person who rescues you from harm or danger
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How To Use rescuer In A Sentence

  • Other useful pieces of kit include a piece of red cloth or handkerchief to tie to the top of your aerial to aid rescuers. Times, Sunday Times
  • The state also cited Cobalt's miners for failing to wear their air packs, called self-contained self-rescuers, and for failing to have a cache of the devices within reach. TV series 'Coal' brings citations, new business to Cobalt
  • Even her rescuer in the shell suit and bad perm had vanished. TICKLED PINK
  • In the end, the company found its would-be rescuer in a Canadian electronics retailer.
  • His comments came shortly before four rescuers reached an Italian mountaineer suffering frostbite and exhaustion. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nine teams of rescuers were trying to contact three miners missing underground after an earthquake killed five others in Europe's largest copper mine. Times, Sunday Times
  • Rescuers had to struggle on foot through more than a mile of rugged terrain before helping the passengers.
  • Walters said his British rescuers took great risks to pick them up in the stormy seas.
  • Rescuers could reach the trapped men today and will then decide if they need to reinforce the walls with steel casing. The Sun
  • People traffickers steer leaky rubber boats towards the vessels and then send a distress signal to summon rescuers. Times, Sunday Times
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