English words and Examples of Usage

use "salvage" in a sentence

About 40 Navy personnel are taking part in the summer salvage operation.

The house looks like a total loss but the family did salvage a few items.

The question for investors then is whether a company can salvage its brand.

Tribiger suggested that a surge of community support could salvage the situation.

You're going to have to have more of a short game to be able to salvage par sometimes.

It was a fun win for the Raiders and maybe a turning point to an attempt to salvage the season.

But for the most part, it’s architectural salvage, “and that’s another person’s gig,” she said.

Recent public surveys, however, indicate that most South Koreans support the salvage job.

Hearing shouts of “Fire,” he rushed outside, then rushed back in again to salvage valuable items.

“These days salvage is so controversial it is very difficult to do, and to justify,” Franklin said.

The number had in fact been invented by Holmes to help salvage his waning image.

The secondary application of SJT-10 is in salvage.

Rosalynn Carter once suggested that if we have not achieved our early dreams, we must either find new ones or see what we can salvage from the old.

She received a Navy Unit Commendation for her part in the salvage of Franklin.

A diving team is trying to salvage some of the cargo on the sunken ship.

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