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noun as in refuge, port

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The dollar appears to be regaining its familiar position as a safe haven during tumultuous times.

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The recent surge has been driven by investors seeking a safe haven amid the economic chaos of the pandemic.

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As the magnitude of the pandemic dawned on investors in March, they pulled out of the stock market and sought a safe haven in cash.

Super accommodative monetary policy is also pounding Treasuries, limiting the appeal that bonds—another traditional safe haven—would hold for investors.

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This beautiful park serves as a refuge for native plants and wildlife, and as a haven of peace and beauty for visitors.

Cambodia, with its seemingly free press, is also a haven for foreign journalists.

Terrorists against Cuba who had once shot down passenger jets later found safe haven in Miami.

To hurt them at their safe haven and homes—such an attack is perfect revenge.

And one has to fight against that and create some haven for optimism.

The Arabs offered the Nazis a haven, as well as a market for all their nefarious dealings in arms and black market currency.

Henry Doggett, an officer of the revolutionary army, died at New Haven, aged 86.

A superstitious Italian, I believed that heaven had protected me from the devils to hand me over pure to the religious haven.

Svold is not an island as Snorri thought, but a haven or creek in the mouth of a river somewhat west of Rgen.

All in the vessel are, to a great extent, dependent upon him for a successful voyage, and a safe arrival at the desired haven.

He would have suffered in spontaneity, vivacity, originality, and quietly taken his anchorage in the sleepy haven of mediocrity.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to haven, such as: asylum, retreat, sanctuary, shelter, anchorage, and cover.

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