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Spurned by Eleanor, Marie becomes an abbess at a secluded country abbey and eventually rises to become a powerful political figure in her own right, turning her abbey into an isolated safe harbor for the women she takes under her protection.

From Vox

The safe harbor for cybercriminals, combined with the mostly unregulated cryptocurrency used to facilitate the crime, has made it very favorable for the hackers.

The sweeping recommendations highlighted the need for a coordinated international law-enforcement effort to halt countries from providing safe harbor to criminal enterprises.

Less a home for actual wards of the state than a safe harbor for the Touched of all ages, the place hosts a menagerie of female misfits.

From Time

However, the recent bill stands in sharp contrast to what the state passed last year: the Safe Harbor Act.

It [the Safe Harbor Act] made a woman who was pregnant above the law.

For a while, it looks as if the Boy Who Lived will find safe harbor.

Let these eight Wordbirds-for-the-Shutdown serve as a linguistic life raft to float you to safe harbor.

When you have drifted so far out on the right fringe that Fox News is no longer a reliably safe harbor, where can you turn?

I made up my mind then never to leave the Colonel till I saw him moored in a safe harbor.

"May God or the devil convey this affair into safe harbor," said De Chemerant, when he was alone.

By our mutual efforts the men are brought on board, and the sloop is slowly towed into a safe harbor.

In Mindoro is “El Baradero, a celebrated bay and a very safe harbor.”

And the next time we may not be as fortunate as we were this time in finding a safe harbor.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to safe harbor, such as: hiding place, asylum, haven, port in a storm, protection, and refuge.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.