Definition of Safehold

1. Noun. A refuge from attack.

Generic synonyms: Asylum, Refuge, Sanctuary



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Safehold

safebreaker
safebreakers
safebreaking
safebreakings
safecracker
safecrackers
safecracking
safecrackings
safed
safeguard
safeguarded
safeguarder
safeguarders
safeguarding
safeguards
safehold (current term)
safehouse
safehouses
safeish
safekeeping
safekeepings
safelight
safelights
safelike
safely
safener
safeners
safeness
safenesses
safer

Literary usage of Safehold

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1. Complete Works by Robert Browning, Charlotte Porter, Helen Archibald Clarke (1898)
"... compel The Knights to break their whole arrangement, have me Home for pure shame — from this safehold of mine Where but ten thousand Druses seek my life ..."

2. A Boy in the Peninsular War: The Services, Adventures and Experiences of by Robert Blakeney (1899)
"... from out his safehold to the field of war. Having remained but a very few days in Lisbon, I proceeded to England and reporting myself at the Horse ..."

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