Salvaging [verb]

Definition of Salvaging:

save, rescue

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Opposite/Antonyms of Salvaging:

Sentence/Example of Salvaging:

His salvaging outfit is in Florida, but he lives on Delaware Bay.

It was too late to save anything from the wreckage; the hour for salvaging had gone by.

There's talk of blasting them clear, of salvaging them for metals and so on.

Brion shrugged and turned back to salvaging the equipment pack, pushing the punctured balloon free and sealing the lock.

It was a great business clearing the trench of mud and salvaging and cleaning the ammunition.

An interesting way of salvaging and sorting the Mills hand-grenades in one of those crypts was practised here.

The three were walking together when the rest of the school came up from salvaging.

"Well, I guess it's all right," rumbled the salvaging expert, looking down at the sea dubiously.

One thousand dollars invested in salvaging an unemployable youth today can return $40,000 or more in his lifetime.

"All right; go to it," he yielded; and after I had picked my crew of two, I took the long-boat and set about the salvaging.