safe-conduct[ seyf-kon-duhkt ]SEE DEFINITION OF safe-conduct
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A safe-conduct to the frontier, and fifty thousand pounds English.
He had procured that very morning the safe-conduct that was required for the journey.
If your lordship will promise liberty and safe-conduct to my sister and myself.
On November 13 Cesare was ready to leave Rome; but no safe-conduct had arrived.
"We might arrange with him for the safe-conduct of this gentleman," he suggested.
There Gonsalvo broke the safe-conduct which he had given Cæsar.
He had a safe-conduct, which even so powerful a prince as CharlesV.
"Under the safe-conduct of the king," she said, with a look full of tenderness.
When the Emperor heard his safe-conduct had been disgracefully broken, he blustered.
A safe-conduct had to be obtained from the King of France, in May.