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Meanings and phrases
- act of turning to for assistance; recourse; resort
- something or someone turned to for assistance or security; recourse; resort
- a shelter from danger or hardship; sanctuary; asylum
- a safe place; safety
- The Red Stick Creeks took refuge in Spanish Florida.
- Many of the leaders took refuge in the Azerbaijan SSR.
- Some of the Sioux took refuge in caves along the river.
- All three sought refuge at the Russian legation.
- Across the island, 259 people sought refuge in shelters.
- A total of 34000 watercraft sought refuge ahead of the storm.
- Both men had to take refuge in Lucius Octavius’ house.
- The prefect David Dautresme had to take refuge on the roof.
- Let us take refuge here, Edgardo, at the foot of the altar.
- His brother decides to seek refuge in England.
- The humans seek refuge at Pacing's store.
- Kmita has to seek refuge with Olenka and she forces him to flee.
- Poirot had taken refuge in Britain after Germany invaded Belgium.
- They had taken refuge in the nearby woods and were not pursued by the British.
- He left five children who had taken refuge in Milan at the time of the revolt.
- He found refuge and solace in his love of books.
- Sahdona first found refuge in Nisibis and later in Edessa.
- Vidali found refuge in the Soviet Union, relocating to Moscow.
- The young widow refused and fled, taking refuge in the castle of Como.
- UN has said that up to 20,000 people left the region, taking refuge in nearby Cameroon and Nigeria.
- The floods left 3,000 people homeless, many of whom are taking refuge in government buildings in Jos.
- He fled north, seeking refuge among the Brigantes.
- Cumans, seeking refuge from the Turko-Mongols, settled in Hungary and were later Magyarized.
- During the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) several Spaniards immigrated to Panama seeking refuge.
- It is the world's largest wildlife refuge, comprising .
- It also passes through forest and wildlife refuge areas.
- There were also a wildlife refuge called Gondwana Rainforest Sanctuary as well as a Butterfly House.
- She takes refuge in Kaalaiyan's house.
- From there he takes refuge in the mountainous Wilderness of Ziph.
- Silajit Majumder, a militant on the run, takes refuge in a dilapidated mansion.
- The Gabrielino called it "Katuktu", "place of refuge".
- Women would come to pray, meditate and find a place of refuge and reflection.
- In fact, the site of Tan Chukang, located deep in the jungle, suggests that it was selected as a place of refuge.
- A friend helps him find refuge in a night shelter.
- During drought, many inland birds find refuge here.
- She heard sheep and hoped to find refuge.