Definition of Harboured

1. Verb. (past of harbour) ¹



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Definition of Harboured

1. harbour [v] - See also: harbour

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Harboured

harborless
harbormaster
harbormasters
harborous
harbors
harborscape
harborscapes
harborside
harborsome
harbour
harbour porpoise
harbour seal
harbour seals
harbourage
harbourages
harboured (current term)
harbourer
harbourest
harboureth
harbourfront
harbourfronts
harbouring
harbourless
harbourmaster
harbourmasters
harbours
harbourscape
harbourscapes
harbourside
harboursides

Literary usage of Harboured

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1. Preston Court Leet Records by Preston (Lancashire, England). Court Leet (1905)
"Thomas Anderton and his wife and children harboured by Mr. James Wall. John Shorte and his wife and children harboured by Sir Richard Hoghton. ..."

2. The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini by Benvenuto Cellini (1910)
"... because, albeit she had harboured some angry feelings toward me, she had in her a certain way of dealing which was generous. xcvi About that time I was ..."

3. The Harvard Classics by Charles William Eliot (1910)
"... I have above described; yet it turned out that I had done the worst for myself, because, albeit she had harboured some angry feelings toward me, ..."

4. The Connoisseur by George Colman, B. Thornton (1903)
"In this article we will deal only with that portion of the collection which is harboured at Cambridge House, admirably adapted for the purpose, ..."

5. The Diary of Master William Silence: A Study of Shakespeare & of Elizabethan by Dodgson Hamilton Madden (1897)
"... CHAPTER II HOW THE HABT WAS harboured I with the morning's love have oft made sport, And like a forester, the groves may tread. ..."

6. Criminal Trials by David Jardine (1835)
"ley mow in his barn, a place to be least suspected and securest for their safety, there were they harboured and relieved by them severally as occasion ..."

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