Etymology
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deliverance (n.)

c. 1300, deliveraunce, "action of setting free" in physical or spiritual senses, from Old French delivrance (12c., Modern French délivrance), from delivrer "to set free" (see deliver). Formerly also with senses now restricted to delivery: "childbirth; act of giving or transferring to another; utterance."

updated on July 15, 2018

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Definitions of deliverance from WordNet

deliverance (n.)
recovery or preservation from loss or danger;
work is the deliverance of mankind
Synonyms: rescue / delivery / saving
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