safe


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Synonyms for safe

Synonyms for safe

free from danger, injury, or the threat of harm

affording protection

Synonyms

Synonyms for safe

strongbox where valuables can be safely kept

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a ventilated or refrigerated cupboard for securing provisions from pests

contraceptive device consisting of a sheath of thin rubber or latex that is worn over the penis during intercourse

free from danger or the risk of harm

(of an undertaking) secure from risk

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having reached a base without being put out

Antonyms

financially sound

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References in classic literature ?
We passed by them on the sixth day, and on the seventh, we arrived safe at Boonsborough.
I wanted to offer to bet two dollars she hadn't, but I reckoned maybe it was just as safe to not to.
The Doctor and all his animals were safe in the Land of the Monkeys and the bridge was pulled across to the other side.
I did not rush headlong in, but listened without to assure myself that it was Dejah Thoris and that it was safe to venture within.
That sense of a dungeon, that sense of a horrible and degrading misfortune overtaking a creature fair to see and safe to trust, attaches only to ships moored in the docks of great European ports.
I did so, and they led me to this place; but, praise be to God that I see you all safe and well.
Near the door I saw the gleam of an electric switch, but it was unnecessary, even if it had been safe, to turn it on.
The Keeper of the Wicket was by this time back in his old place, but he kept a safe distance from Toto.
So at last he had given up, reserving his particular bit of exquisite mental torture for the last moment, when, just before the savage spears of the cannibals should for ever make the object of his hatred immune to further suffering, the Russian planned to reveal to his enemy the true whereabouts of his wife whom he thought safe in England.
I am safe," retorted I-Gos, "for I am not a brave and popular son of the jeddak of Manator.
I have a fire burning and I sit bent over it while I write; but I am safe here.
Then he replaced the code-book in the safe, which he carefully locked, and strolled towards the window.
It would not be safe to admit him to the sheepfold.
He wrote and explained these things to me - and the letter is in safe hands.
The fortune of war (that was the expression he used) had placed him in possession of one of the largest Diamonds in the world; and he had reason to believe that neither he nor his precious jewel was safe in any house, in any quarter of the globe, which they occupied together.