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1A person who redeems someone or something.
- ‘They have also held out the invitation to their readers among the political and intellectual elites to join them in becoming their nation's redeemers.’
- ‘All too predictably, postwar commentators cast white women as both the causes and the potential redeemers of a deteriorating society.’
- ‘The nation needs men like him, the nation needs to move forward and redeemers who have its interest at heart must step forward even against their party interests in the House.’
- ‘The very next day he goes to the town gate and speaks with the other redeemer about Ruth.’
- ‘They also spoke of a future redeemer that would bring reconciliation to the whole world, through Israel.’
- ‘From my conversations with dad I understand that he is a redeemer.’
- ‘But to paint him as a socialist redeemer would be stretching reality.’
- ‘Like many of the postwar commentators he represents, Doc considers women to be both the causes and the potential redeemers of a morally deteriorating society.’
- ‘Hailed as a ‘national hero’, the dead Nelson was seen almost as a redeemer.’
- ‘The concept of a redeemer, a liberator, or a deliverer is much closer to the state of mind that is prevalent today than is the innocuous and ambiguous term information.’
- ‘Wielding his mighty blade, he is the redeemer of souls and the vanquisher of Satan.’
- ‘The final words are redemption for the redeemer.’
- ‘Ilia can then be the redeemer of the condemned son.’
- ‘The alchemists, identifying themselves with Merlin, now looked for a heroic redeemer in every way the opposite of Henry VI.’
- ‘Samuel called the people together and told them that Saul would be the redeemer of their sins.’
- 1.1often the Redeemer Christ.
- ‘The only way to be saved is to believe in the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, the Creator / Redeemer, who died and rose again to pay the penalty for mankind's sin.’
- ‘He is the unique Creator, Redeemer, Life-giver and life-taker.’
- ‘There is only one Shepherd who is the truth, Jesus Christ the Creator, Redeemer, Saviour, Lord and Judge.’
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