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Synonyms for safe

Synonyms for safe

free from danger, injury, or the threat of harm

affording protection

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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

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financially sound

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References in classic literature ?
Then he replaced the code-book in the safe, which he carefully locked, and strolled towards the window.
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.
I was not sure whether he had seen what was only too obvious from my position, that the door of the safe was imperfectly closed, and that Milverton might at any moment observe it.
Here I am, with the Diamond safe and sound-- and what is the first news that meets me?
"Your father put it in the safe keeping of a bank in London.
'Then how,' said the old man, looking fearfully round, 'how can you bear to think that we are safe, when they are searching for me everywhere, and may come here, and steal upon us, even while we're talking?'
The Doctor and all his animals were safe in the Land of the Monkeys and the bridge was pulled across to the other side.
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.
He passed here a few moments ago, to see if you were all safe, and he has gone on towards the flume.
"You think your wife safe in England," said Rokoff.
"But what corner of the earth is there where we should be safe?"
They've got him back, safe and sound, and he's in that cabin again, on bread and water, and loaded down with chains, till he's claimed or sold!"
The safe was not opened, the cashbox was closed, and had three thousand dollars in it.
If you accept the service I tender, Miss Haredale, she shall be instantly placed in safe conduct, and that promise redeemed.
It would not be safe to admit him to the sheepfold."