Thesaurus / refuge
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Their destiny is in your hand and mine—a free Nation without a slave—the hope, refuge and inspiration of the world.
THE SOUTHERNERTHOMAS DIXON
Within its walls he was as secure as was the ancient Hebrew in his city of refuge.
MILTON'S ENGLANDLUCIA AMES MEAD
And Lynda became fascinated with the little bungalow across the river, known as The Refuge.
THE MAN THOU GAVESTHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
Olo means fort and Senga a parrot, and hence the island was called Olosenga—the fort or refuge of parrots.
SAMOA, A HUNDRED YEARS AGO AND LONG BEFOREGEORGE TURNER
It would be endless to describe the herd of real or self styled reformers that peopled this place of refuge.
THE HALL OF FANTASY (FROM "MOSSES FROM AN OLD MANSE")NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
Leghorn, which in the time of the Romans was a refuge for criminals, may be regarded as the centre of modern Italian Anarchism.
ANARCHISME. V. ZENKER
They say those discourses, like friends, are best and surest that come to our refuge and aid in adversity, and are useful.
Duplicity—the refuge of the weak and the cowardly, but of the disarmed, too!
But ye maun let his hour of danger, as he ca's it, be ower, afore ye venture on him in his place of refuge.
OLD MORTALITY, COMPLETE, ILLUSTRATEDSIR WALTER SCOTT
I was caught with fellows that had been up half a dozen times, an' because I was little they sent me to the house of refuge.
WORDS RELATED TO REFUGE
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