harbour definition

  • noun:
    • Chiefly British Variant of harbor.
    • Shelter, refuge.
    • a location of protection or refuge.
    • A house associated with zodiac.
    • A sheltered area for vessels; a bit of water right beside land which ships may stop to weight and unload.
    • An obsolete as a type of arbor.
    • a sheltered interface in which vessels usually takes in or discharge cargo
    • a location of refuge and comfort and security
  • verb:
    • to supply protection or refuge for.
    • to just accept, just like a belief.
    • safeguard (a theory, thoughts, or thoughts)
    • keep in your control; of pets
    • hold-back a thought or experience about
    • secretly shelter (by fugitives or criminals)
  • others:
    • See harbor.

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