The correct answer is save.
A. set free
B. soothe wounded feelings
D. deliver from sin
The correct answer is (C) To save (from wreckage or failure); to rescue from ruin, fire, shipwreck, danger, etc.; to save a ship or its cargo; to make salvage of.
Salvage comes from Latin salvare (o save).
Examples of use:
- They were able to salvage only a few items from the ruins of their cottage.
- It took commitment and intensive counseling to salvage their marriage.