refuge

[ ref-yooj ]SEE DEFINITION OF refuge

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There is a refuge for him, a defence, a safeguard which no material attack can break down.

I have not meant to say that even with one's refuge in God there is nothing left to struggle with.

I have said that the refuge in God is not a question of morals; but it is one of righteousness.

He would never have gone to his father's room for refuge from sleeplessness.

She knew at once that she must betake her to the Truth for refuge.

Franks closed the door behind them, and they had gained a refuge.

But as she crossed as if to seize the boy, Napoleon sprang toward his uncle for refuge.

He declared that Marriage was the coward's refuge from Love.

Many of the rich planters had come there with their families for refuge.

And was she not also the Health of the weak, the Refuge of sinners, the Comforter of the afflicted?

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