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Deliverer

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Noun

1. christ, deliverer, good shepherd, jesus, jesus christ, jesus of nazareth, redeemer, savior, saviour, the nazarene

a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)

2. deliverer, rescuer, savior, saviour

a person who rescues you from harm or danger

3. deliverer, delivery boy, deliveryman

someone employed to make deliveries

4. deliverer

a person who gives up or transfers money or goods

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Deliverer

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verb (mainly tr)
1. 
to carry (goods, etc) to a destination, esp to carry and distribute (goods, mail, etc) to several places
to deliver letters
our local butcher delivers
2. (often foll by over or up)
to hand over, transfer, or surrender
3. (often foll by from)
to release or rescue (from captivity, harm, corruption, etc)
4. (also intr)
a. 
to aid in the birth of (offspring)
b. 
to give birth to (offspring)
c. (usually foll by of)
to aid or assist (a female) in the birth (of offspring)
d. (passive; foll by of)
to give birth (to offspring)
5. 
to utter or present (a speech, oration, idea, etc)
6. 
to utter (an exclamation, noise, etc)
to deliver a cry of exultation
7. 
to discharge or release (something, such as a blow or shot) suddenly
8. mainly US
to cause (voters, constituencies, etc) to support a given candidate, cause, etc
can you deliver the Bronx?
9.  deliver oneself of
10.  deliver the goods

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Deliverer

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verb transitive
1. 
to set free or save from evil, danger, or restraint; liberate
delivered from bondage
2. 
to assist (a female) at the birth of (offspring)
to deliver a woman of twins, to deliver a baby
3. 
to give forth, or express, in words; make (a speech or pronouncement); utter
4. 
to give or hand over; transfer
5. 
to carry to and leave at the proper place or places; distribute
deliver the mail
6. 
to give or send forth; discharge; emit
the oil well delivered 20 barrels a day
7. 
to strike (a blow)
8. 
to throw or toss
the pitcher delivered a curve
9.  US, Informal
to cause (votes, a political delegation, etc.) to go to the support of a particular candidate or cause
verb intransitive
10. 
to give birth to a child
11. 
to make deliveries, as of merchandise
12.  US
to do, give, produce, etc. something expected or promised; come through
our new food processor delivers on all its promises

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Deliverer

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v. de·liv·ered, de·liv·er·ing, de·liv·ers
v. tr.
1. To bring or transport to the proper place or recipient; distribute: deliver groceries; deliver the mail.
2. To surrender (someone or something) to another; hand over: delivered the criminal to the police.
3. To secure (something promised or desired), as for a candidate or political party: campaign workers who delivered the ward for the mayor.
4. To throw or hurl: The pitcher delivered the ball.
5. To strike (a blow).
6. To express in words; declare or utter: deliver a lecture.
7.
a. To give birth to: She delivered a baby boy this morning.
b. To assist or aid in the birth of: The midwife delivered the baby.
c. To assist (a woman) in giving birth: The doctor delivered her of twins.
8. To give forth or produce: an oil well that delivered thousands of barrels a day.
9. To set free, as from captivity, peril, or evil: deliver a captive from slavery. See Synonyms at save1.
v. intr.
1. To produce or achieve what is desired or expected; make good: The senator delivered on her pledge. He is a manager who just can't seem to deliver.
2. To give birth: She expects to deliver in late August.

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