Definition of Safehold
1. Noun. A refuge from attack.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Safehold
Literary usage of Safehold
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Complete Works by Robert Browning, Charlotte Porter, Helen Archibald Clarke (1898)
"... compel The Knights to break their whole arrangement, have me Home for pure shame — from this safehold of mine Where but ten thousand Druses seek my life ..."
2. A Boy in the Peninsular War: The Services, Adventures and Experiences of by Robert Blakeney (1899)
"... from out his safehold to the field of war. Having remained but a very few days in Lisbon, I proceeded to England and reporting myself at the Horse ..."