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Synonyms for harbour

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a place of refuge and comfort and security

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secretly shelter (as of fugitives or criminals)

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keep in one's possession

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hold back a thought or feeling about

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maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings)

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He said their harbourers and those providing them shelter should be identified and all possible steps be taken for indiscriminate action against them.
Garang went there in 2005 to shake hands with the hated former harbourers of the most top wanted 'First Class Terrorist' who defeated the American technology of war and intelligence.
Phones are massive harbourers of germs, especially if they're used by lots of different people.
It is possible that human beings carry this organism, but the common harbourers of Campylobacter are animals and wild birds.
my stack containing 1000 Bushels of wheat 4 tons of hay shed and attached building value 500 pounds, the act of bushrangers or harbourers, this last act has ruined me and family.
The countries were harbourers of known killers or run by vicious individuals.
To consider them as credentials of nationhood, citizenship or `localness', would be pre-historic, immoral and scientifically wrong, and the harbourers of such thoughts are not welcome in any civilised society or in Cymuned.
Also the facilitators and the harbourers must be dealt with an iron hand in order to establish permanent control of the law enforcement agencies and eradicating drug mafia from the area.