extricate (someone, something, or oneself) from (someone or something)

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extricate (someone, something, or oneself) from (someone or something)

To free someone, something, or oneself from something. Don't worry, I'll call and extricate you from your date if it's really terrible. I can't seem to extricate that knife from the dishwasher—it's really jammed in there. Whoa, how did you extricate yourself from a lecture with Dad?
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extricate someone or something from someone or something

to disentangle someone or something from someone or something; to free someone or something from someone or something. I tried to extricate myself from her, but she made it hard for me to get away politely. I managed to extricate the ring from the vacuum cleaner bag.
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With that sum you can extricate yourself from your present difficulties; and when you are full of money again, you can redeem it, and take it back cleansed from its ancient stains, as it will have passed through the hands of usurers."
I pointed out that surely the shambles of Brexit proved how difficult and complex it was to extricate yourself from a close geographic and economic partner and they conceded that this, of course, was the big question they and others were grappling with.
Self-regulation To extricate yourself from social media addiction and regain control of your life, Mr Ogachi proposes that you start by developing high-quality activities for leisure.
You can even bribe the judges and court officials to hide the files, give you medical lead and pursue all other such legal shenanigans and subterfuges as would enable you extricate yourself from the law and from the machinery of justice.
A sensational Full Moon in Aries on Tuesday will shake things up, even if you extricate yourself from your current situation.
A sensational Full Moon in Aries on Tuesday will shake things up, even if youdecide to extricate yourself from your current situation.
There's no wrong way to extricate yourself from an increasingly costly alliance.
Maybe you should carefully extricate yourself from one situation this Wednesday.
It's not really enough to satisfy your wildest fantasies in a Benz but enough to get your juices flowing should wish to extricate yourself from the slow pack of subcompact sedans on EDSA.
Admittedly, it might be easier to extricate yourself from a relationship.
EVER felt you've needed the dexterity of a contortionist to extricate yourself from the rear seats of a car, especially when that model happens to be a three-door?
If so, try to graciously extricate yourself from any tough situation.
It's hard to extricate yourself from the pressures of trying to be successful, but I would say ...
Homelessness concerns me because I know how devastating it can be, and how hard it can be to extricate yourself from it.
can come only if you pause a while, extricate yourself from the maddening mob of quick impressions ceaselessly battering our lives, and look thoughtfully at a quiet image ...