take/find/seek refuge

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Definition of take/find/seek refuge 

: to go to or into a place for shelter or protection from danger or trouble We took refuge in a nearby barn during the storm. We found refuge from the storm in a nearby barn. They sought refuge in another country. often used figuratively After the death of her husband, she took/sought/found refuge in her music.

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