- v. Simple past tense and past participle of harbour.
“Is there some secret sin harboured and indulged in thy bosom, which hinders the operation of divine comforts?”
“The girl who left school without an O-level to her name now harboured a quiet ambition to study psychology and mental health.”
“Well - that's another way of saying that I 'harboured' you - gave you shelter," said Fatty.”
“If he please, he can bring an action for restitution of conjugal rights; and he may seize her even by force, when "harboured" against his will, by friends or relations.”
“The great sanhedrim issued out a proclamation, strictly charging and requiring that if any person in city or country knew where he was (pretending that he was a criminal, and had fled from justice) they should show it, that he might be taken, probably promising a reward to any that would discover him, and imposing a penalty on such as harboured him; so that hereby he was represented to the people as an obnoxious dangerous man, an outlaw, whom any one might have a blow at.”
“And Mr Goon has _also_ put in a complaint - that when Ern ran away, I 'harboured' him. ”
“That she had also harboured thoughts about Ellie that weren't fair.”
“I admit that I harboured hope that a crisis caused by a transfer of wealth and freedom – but not responsibility – upwards would spark a new conversation about fairness and economic common sense.”
“Could the lack of rage and the quiet private despair be explained by a refusal to admit that we harboured hope in the first place?”
“I think so – and that's why I'm admitting I harboured hope.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘harboured’.
Words and phrases used in blazoning heraldic devices, along with names and other terms associated with the art and science.
Other similar lists can be found on Wordnik, especially that...
Looking for tweets for harboured.