Definition of Salvaged

1. Verb. (past of salvage) ¹



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Definition of Salvaged

1. salvage [v] - See also: salvage

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salvaged

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salvability
salvable
salvably
salvage
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salvage pathway
salvage therapies
salvage therapy
salvage yard
salvageability
salvageable
salvaged (current term)
salvagee
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salvarsan
salvarsans
salvation
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salvationism
salvationisms

Literary usage of Salvaged

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1. Economics of Electrical Distribution by Paul O. Reyneau, Howard Paul Seelye (1922)
"It will at first be assumed that the new line is to be entirely of new construction and the old line is to be salvaged. Later, the use of old material in ..."

2. Economics of Electrical Distribution by Paul O. Reyneau, Howard Paul Seelye (1922)
"It will at first be assumed that the new line is to be entirely of new construction and the old line is to be salvaged. Later, the use of old material in ..."

3. Economics of Electrical Distribution by Paul O. Reyneau, Howard Paul Seelye (1922)
"... LINES ALREADY BUILT —METHOD OF INCLUDING VALUE OF salvaged MATERIAL IN COST STUDY A great number of the problems in transmission and distribution lines, ..."

4. Bradford's History of the Plymouth Settlement, 1608-1650 by William Bradford, Harold Paget (1920)
"... apportioned for permanent holding to each Settler— Ship-building and Salt-making—Trouble with Lyford and Oli Hi am—Pinnace salvaged and rigged: 1624. ..."

5. Wild Land Shrub and Arid Land Restoration Symposium: Proceedings edited by Bruce A. Roundy, E. Durant McArthur, Jennifer S. Hayley, David K. Mann (1996)
"Joshua trees that were salvaged by hand showed only 4% mortality hi the nursery each of ... To date, over 10000 live plants have been salvaged and are being ..."

6. Safety in Building Construction by Travelers Insurance Companies (1921)
"Storing salvaged Material. In the process of demolition much material can be saved which may FIG. 8. A DANGEROUS PILE OF BRICKS. ..."

7. Maritime Notes and Queries: A Record of Shipping Law and Usage (1883)
"As to the difference between Towage and Salvage, see pages 47, 48, 95, and 169, Maritime Hota and Queries, VoL L] FREIGHT OF salvaged SHIP. ..."

8. Economics of Electrical Distribution by Paul O. Reyneau, Howard Paul Seelye (1922)
"It will at first be assumed that the new line is to be entirely of new construction and the old line is to be salvaged. Later, the use of old material in ..."

9. Economics of Electrical Distribution by Paul O. Reyneau, Howard Paul Seelye (1922)
"It will at first be assumed that the new line is to be entirely of new construction and the old line is to be salvaged. Later, the use of old material in ..."

10. Economics of Electrical Distribution by Paul O. Reyneau, Howard Paul Seelye (1922)
"... LINES ALREADY BUILT —METHOD OF INCLUDING VALUE OF salvaged MATERIAL IN COST STUDY A great number of the problems in transmission and distribution lines, ..."

11. Bradford's History of the Plymouth Settlement, 1608-1650 by William Bradford, Harold Paget (1920)
"... apportioned for permanent holding to each Settler— Ship-building and Salt-making—Trouble with Lyford and Oli Hi am—Pinnace salvaged and rigged: 1624. ..."

12. Wild Land Shrub and Arid Land Restoration Symposium: Proceedings edited by Bruce A. Roundy, E. Durant McArthur, Jennifer S. Hayley, David K. Mann (1996)
"Joshua trees that were salvaged by hand showed only 4% mortality hi the nursery each of ... To date, over 10000 live plants have been salvaged and are being ..."

13. Safety in Building Construction by Travelers Insurance Companies (1921)
"Storing salvaged Material. In the process of demolition much material can be saved which may FIG. 8. A DANGEROUS PILE OF BRICKS. ..."

14. Maritime Notes and Queries: A Record of Shipping Law and Usage (1883)
"As to the difference between Towage and Salvage, see pages 47, 48, 95, and 169, Maritime Hota and Queries, VoL L] FREIGHT OF salvaged SHIP. ..."

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