Definitions

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  • noun a refuge from attack

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Which means whatever safehold you design doesn't have to be unrealistically large.

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  • Romeo Gacad/AFP/Getty Images Corals and mangrove grow at the Bunaken National Marine Park, an island safehold near the northern city of Manado, Indonesia, where high-level government talks at the World Ocean's Conference opened Thursday.

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  • The seer says you left him there, dying What wards this safehold is dying, too, so we have nothing to fear.

    Morgawr

  • The seer says you left him there, dying What wards this safehold is dying, too, so we have nothing to fear.

    Morgawr

  • The seer says you left him there, dying What wards this safehold is dying, too, so we have nothing to fear.

    Morgawr

  • A safehold built in the Old World would employ technology she did not understand.

    Antrax

  • Tremors rocked the safehold as Antrax thrashed blindly down its lines of power in search of help that could no longer be found.

    Antrax

  • There were trapdoors and hidden entryways everywhere, some larger than others, all leading down ramps or steps to the safehold.

    Antrax

  • She wanted the truth about the magic of that safehold.

    Antrax

  • None of the millions of words of knowledge contained in this safehold could be salvaged unless he could find a way to disable Antrax without shutting down the power sources that fueled them both.

    Antrax

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