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Sentence count:167+8 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-22Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: asylumharborhavenportprotectionretreatsanctuaryshelterSimilar words: refugeehugereformrefercare forbe full ofto the fullbe useful toMeaning: ['refjuːdʒ]  n. 1. a safe place 2. something or someone turned to for assistance or security 3. a shelter from danger or hardship 4. act of turning to for assistance. 
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1. Learning is an ornament in prosperity, a refuge in adversity, and a provision in old age. 
2. They took refuge in a bomb shelter.
3. These people are seeking/taking refuge from persecution.
4. They were forced to seek refuge from the fighting.
5. Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel.
6. During the frequent air-raids, people took refuge in their cellars.
7. They looked to the country as the last refuge of liberty.
8. A further 300 people have taken refuge in the US embassy.
9. When I am sad, I take refuge in remembering happier times.
10. Crying is the refuge of plain women. Pretty women go shopping.
11. They took refuge in the embassy.
12. They sought refuge in the mountain villages.
13. We took refuge in the lee of the wall.
14. He took refuge from the storm in a hut.
15. He always refers to the house as his "refuge".
16. They took refuge in the fortress.
17. For her[], poetry is a refuge from the world.
18. They took refuge in a cave yesterday.
19. The cave provided refuge from the storm.
20. Home is a refuge against the pressures of work.
21. They found refuge from the bright sun.
22. The climbers slept in a mountain refuge.
23. Thousands of people crossed the border, seeking refuge from the war.
24. All too often, they get bored, and seek refuge in drink and drugs.
25. The growing number of people seeking refuge in Thailand is beginning to concern Western aid agencies.
26. A huge oak tree provided a refuge from the storm.
27. She took refuge in the library, where she could read to her heart's content.
28. To acquire the habit of reading is to construct for yourself a refuge from almost all the miseries of life. W. Somerset Maugham 
29. As the situation at home got worse she increasingly took refuge in her work.
30. The woman had fled from her violent husband to a women's refuge in Chelmsford.
More similar words: refugeehugereformrefercare forbe full ofto the fullbe useful tomake fun ofhopefullyreferencepreferencereflectionfor the futurein the futurerefrigerator
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