A bit more urgent is how to extricate ourselves from this stinker of a GECSTGD.
To extricate himself, he surrendered to the government the management of, and revenues from, most of his property.
George W. Bush set the trap just over nine years ago, and the Democrats are still trying to extricate themselves.
This week, Merkel ominously said she expects it will take Europe another decade to extricate itself from the crisis.
I found him, told him of the difficulty I was in, and wished him to point out a way by which I might extricate myself.
Money was needful to extricate him from this drudgery and let him follow up his aspirations.
It was just as if a great loathsome spider, from which he could not extricate himself, was softly groping about under his brain.
Before the animal could extricate itself Mary-'Gusta had seized it in her arms.
Though the ground was soft, the descent shook him and imbedded him so deeply he could not extricate himself for some time.
He could extricate himself by criminating his dead father, but that he should never do.
1610s, from Latin extricatus, past participle of extricare "disentangle," perhaps from ex- "out of" + tricae (plural) "perplexities, hindrances," of unknown origin. Related: Extricated; extricating.