sanctuary[ sangk-choo-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF sanctuary
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SANCTUARY
Soon Biddy and I had—or seemed to have—the sanctuary to ourselves.
She said she'd 'see what mood she was in,' after the others had finished with the sanctuary.
Her portrait is sold, but it is hung no where, in no sanctuary.
He could tolerate no irreverent spirits in the sanctuary of the mountain.
Proverbs, like the sacred books of each nation, are the sanctuary of the intuitions.
In fact, this is his Sanctuary and he peddles under the eye of the police.
I remember, as if the scene of carousing of the old roysterers had been a sort of sanctuary.
The sanctuary within me where Martin had lived was only a cemetery of the soul.
To bid the mockers and them that dare—dare to profane this sanctuary be careful.
Then I saw on a sudden an old man seated on the throne of the sanctuary.