salvatory

salvatory

(ˈsælvətərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a place for storing something safely
adj
formal providing safety
References in periodicals archive ?
Angel Salvatory, 19, had to run for her life when a gang led by her own father attacked her.
It wished to do justice to the fact that there are found outside of the Catholic Church not only individual Christians but also 'elements of the church', indeed churches and ecclesial communities which, although not in full communion, rightly belong to the one church and possess salvatory significance for their members.
The player has to only ask his Facebook friends for help, and the salvatory coins will be added to his balance.
Ivan's story, with its climactic hearing of a salvatory voice from outside himself, is a luminescent parable of justification forensically understood, as JDDJ teaches.
210a1) which had linked the failure of dialectics (to grasp the ultimate truths) with salvatory endowment of this super knowledge in the form of godly vision.
The open window connects both "inside" spaces, and the suggestion of yet another, metaphorical, window whose curtains are about to be drawn links them to a third, all-containing space with infinite regenerative and salvatory power.
While she tracks the ways that both evil and good travel in Dostoevsky's fictional world, Miller identifies narrative patterns that provide hope, thereby underscoring Dostoevsky's belief in narrative's salvatory potential.
Thou are a box of worm seed, at best, but a salvatory of green mummy: what's in this flesh?
The leading idea, Christ present through faith, can also be expressed pneumatically: It is through the Spirit of Christ that the mediation of salvatory gifts is accomplished.
It also deconstructs what Linda Tuhiwai Smith has called the 'Authentic, Essentialist, Deeply Spiritual' indigenous Other and the idea of a salvatory, if primitive, original and separate Customary communities.
For another, it underscores the degree to which the security of individual members of the old intelligentsia was dependent on intercessors from among the Old Bolshevik oligarchy, whose salvatory power was limited both by political contingency and by their own understandings of the requirements of regime loyalty (as opposed to the claims of "justice").