haven[ hey-vuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF haven
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAVEN
More than a haven for the weary, it is a hope for the brave.
We soon got at work, and began to work down to the mouth of the haven, with a light breeze.
When he is wafted to a haven of rest, we will console each other.
The ship is cleared--my hour is come--my passengers are on board--and America is my haven.
Only the mountains remained to offer him a haven, and those might be changed as this spot was.
Their utter unconcern showed that this haven had not been entered for years.
That afternoon I was alone in my haven of refuge, the boathouse.
Any haven that promised solitude was to be his city of refuge.
The plane, so plainly visible there ahead and above, was like a haven of refuge to them.
For some subtle reason it no longer became the haven to be yearned for that it had been.