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DELIVER, verb transitive [Latin Free, disengaged; to free, to peel.]
1. To free; to release, as from restraint; to set at liberty; as, to deliver one from captivity.
2. To rescue, or save.
DELIVER me, O my God, from the hand of the wicked. Psalms 71:4.
3. To give, or transfer; to put into anothers hand or power; to commit; to pass from one to another.
Thou shalt deliver Pharoahs cup into his hand. Genesis 40:11
So we say, to deliver goods to a carrier; to deliver a letter; to deliver possession of an estate.
4. To surrender; to yield; to give up; to resign; as, to deliver a fortress to an enemy. It is often followed by up; as, to deliver up the city; to deliver up stolen goods.
Th exalted mind
All sense of woe delivers to the wind.
5. To disbuden of a child.
6. To utter; to pronounce; to speak; to send forth in words; as, to deliver a sermon, an address, or an oration.
7. To exert in motion.
To deliver to the wind, to cast away; to reject.
To deliver over, to transfer; to give or pass from one to another; as, to deliver over goods to another.
2. To surrender or resign; to put into anothers power; to commit to the discretion of; to abandon to.
DELIVER me not over to the will of my enemies. Psalms 27:12.
To deliver up, to give up; to surrender.
DELIVER, adjective Free; nimble.
DELIVERABLE, adjective That may be or is to be delivered.
A bill of lading may state that the goods are deliverable to a particular person therein named.
1. Release from captivity, slavery, oppression, or any restraint.
He hath sent me to heal the broken-hearted, to preach deliverance to the captives. Luke 4:18.
2. Rescue from danger or any evil.
God sent me to save your lives by a great deliverance Genesis 45:7.
3. The act of bringing forth children.
4. The act of giving or transferring from one to another.
5. The act of speaking or pronouncing; utterance. [In the three last senses, delivery is now used.]
6. Acquittal of a prisoner, by the verdict of a jury. God send you a good deliverance
DELIVERED, participle passive Freed; released; transferred or transmitted; passed from one to another; committed; yielded; surrendered; rescued; uttered; pronounced.
Appellation of Jesus.
1. One who delivers; one who releases or rescues; a preserver.
The Lord raised up a deliverer to Israel. Judges 3:9.
2. One who relates, or communicates.
DELIVERING, participle present tense Releasing; setting free; rescuing; saving; surrendering; giving over; yielding; resigning.
1. The act of delivering.
2. Release; rescue; as from slavery, restraint, oppression or danger.
3. Surrender; a giving up.
4. A giving or passing from one to another; as the delivery of goods, or of a deed.
5. Utterance; pronunciation; or manner of speaking. He has a good delivery I was charmed with his graceful delivery
6. Childbirth. Isaiah 26:17.
7. Free motion or use of the limbs.