What is another word for rescuer?

Pronunciation: [ɹˈɛskjuːə] (IPA)

A rescuer is someone who saves or delivers someone or something from danger, harm, or distress. Synonyms for rescuer include savior, hero, protector, defender, guardian, deliverer, liberator, and champion. A savior rescues people from danger or distress in a heroic way. A hero is someone who is admired for their courage, bravery, and selflessness in rescuing others. A protector guards someone or something from harm or danger. A defender defends or protects someone or something against attack or harm. A guardian is responsible for protecting, caring for, or managing something. A deliverer brings someone out of danger or distress, while a liberator sets someone free from captivity or oppression. A champion supports or fights for someone's cause.

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Usage examples for Rescuer

The native is perfectly stationary-still as though anchored-in the resistless velocity of the current, and now it seems to be his turn to support his would-be rescuer.
"The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley"
Bertram Mitford
For he recognised in Gerard his rescuer of the morning.
"The Luck of Gerard Ridgeley"
Bertram Mitford
The native doctor and the man with the mutilated left hand were amongst those who stayed near the fire, and Stobart felt sure that the man whom he had saved was there on purpose to see that his rescuer came to no harm.
"In the Musgrave Ranges"
Jim Bushman

Famous quotes with Rescuer

  • Truth and beauty ... yield themselves only to whoever surrenders to them—as to a rescuer.
    Vilhelm Ekelund

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