noun as in protection, habitat
Milan Nicole Sherry, co-director of House of Tulip, told the Washington Blade on July 27 during an interview at her Uptown New Orleans home that she expects the shelter will open in the city next spring or summer.
Normally, most of the thousands of evacuees would be directed to traditional emergency shelters in convention centers and school gyms.
It’s especially important to look out for these behaviors if you’ve just adopted a shelter animal.
This speaks directly to notions from Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, where work largely addresses psychological and safety needs such as shelter, food, and financial well-being.
This bureaucratic hurdle exists on top of the many challenges migrants are facing in the midst of the pandemic, including a shortage of shelter beds and a lack of food and jobs.
The grim instability of shelter life is hardly a recipe for success under the best of circumstances.
Some of them are trying to find places where they might be able to shelter if it comes to this.
Small rooms off its graffiti-covered foyer provide shelter from the thick rain that can unexpectedly, and vengefully, hit.
They sacrifice their shelter to contain the walkers—and Judith gets her first action scene!
After weeks or months in the line only a wound can offer him the comfort of safety, shelter, and a bed.
In their shelter, Brion and Ulv crouched low and wondered why the attack didn't come.
But one day when we marched beneath the blazing sun, we met a storm and found no shelter.
I feel proud and happy to shelter beneath my roof any of our valued and brave allies.
This man by hard, manual labor makes only enough to pay for humble shelter and plain food.
He lived for some time as a bandit, robbing the subjects of the King of Gath, who had given him shelter.
On this page you'll find 181 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to shelter, such as: asylum, dwelling, haven, home, house, and hut.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.