• Definition for "harbour"
    • Chiefly British Variant of harbor.
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    • "Most of us harbour a significant…"
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  • Urban Dictionary for "harbour"
    • (verb) to press into liquid. Especially,…
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harbour in a quote

"Most of us harbour a significant amount of subconscious fear about death, and act out of this fear in our daily lives."

"The most amazing thing to me about the sea is the tide. A harbour like St. Ives is totally transformed in a very short space of time by the arrival or departure of the sea."

"Anyhow, a philosophical turn of thought now was not amiss, else one's patience would have given out almost at the harbour entrance. The term of her probation was eight days."

"Most of us harbour a significant amount of subconscious fear about death, and act out of this fear in our daily lives."

"Until the Eighties, Oslo was a rather boring town, but it's changed a lot, and is now much more cosmopolitan. If I go downtown, I visit the harbour to see the tall ships and the ferries, and to admire the modern architecture such as the Opera House or the new Astrup Fearnley Museum on the water's edge."

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