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bolt–hole

noun, chiefly British

Definition of BOLT-HOLE

something (as a building) that offers cover from the weather or protection from danger <her cottage in the Lake District served as her bolt-hole whenever the stresses of London became too great>

March 27, 2015
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Tranquilly at rest or causing no trouble
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