Only 10 months ago, Lauer was seen as the savior of the Today show.
If Rubio is to be the party's "savior," as promised by TIME magazine, he needs to develop a new message to accompany his new tone.
Though she describes lithium as her savior, she admits to attempting suicide and succumbing to psychotic breakdowns.
But one thing is for sure, the industry needs to decide soon if Spotify is a savior to be embraced or a sinner to be crushed.
Two and a Half Men may be doomed, but its half-man, Angus Jones, has found his savior.
Fate took from him his home that the country might call him savior.
Their savior was pinioned by the steel tip fast to the unyielding granite.
The savior once began his instructions with these words, "This day is this Scripture fulfilled."
Every one felt me the savior of the nation, which, in a way, I suppose I was.
The tender, loving heart of the savior goes out in eager compassion and pity for the straying.
c.1300, "one who delivers or rescues from peril," also a title of Jesus Christ, from Old French sauveour, from Late Latin salvatorem (nominative salvator) "a saver, preserver" (cf. Spanish salvador, Italian salvatore), from salvatus, past participle of salvare "to save" (see save (v.)). In Christian sense, a translation of Greek soter "savior." Replaced Old English hælend, literally "healing," noun use of present participle of hælan (see heal).