deliverance in Greek
- No, no; there she is, and there she must lie, till Heaven send her deliverance, or till her son has the management of all.
Backing away, he knew he had reached the point of no escape or deliverance.
Candide could not help being surprised at the cause of his deliverance.
Deliverance came from an entirely unexpected source.
For Grenouille, this simplicity seemed a deliverance.
Her whole life had been passed in the bitter struggle with daily want; she had known no joy, had not tasted the honey of happiness. One would have thought, surely she would rejoice at death, at her deliverance, her rest.
It was the deliverance from another feeling, darker and more bitter, which he could not himself have defined.
There was nothing more, my eyes were empty and I was spellbound by my deliverance.
Were it not for the hope of speedy deliverance, her presence would drive me distracted.
With proposals to increasingly narrow cohesion policy and focus upon results-based deliverance, I feel the level of corrections will increase.