避难所, 安全地带, 避难, 庇护
安全, 保护, 避难处
Hunted and disreputable cats recognized her at a glance as their refuge and champion.
A small minority takes refuge (AS it always hAS) in mindless radicalism
They all regard Europe over there AS a land of emigration, of rescue, a refuge for their superfluous population
Chickens and cats, wading perturbedly in the water, AS by common consent, with flight and scramble took refuge on the roof of the captain’s house
What strange twists of fate had caused a refuge from Nazi persecution to wind up in Arabia as the representative of American democracy
She would BE a BEacon, a refuge for the few who were foolish enough to BE out and about on a day so cold.
He sought refuge in the Church.
A place,such as a Church,formerly constituting an inviolable refuge for criminals or debtors.
You can’t expect to make a place in the sun for yourself it you keep taking refuge under the family tree. ——Claude McDonald
He had, by this time, reached his dwelling, on the EDGE of the burial-ground, and, hastening up the stairs, took refuge in his study.