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harborage

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1 a part of a body of water protected and deep enough to be a place of safety for ships
  • the city boasts one of the best deepwater harborages on the Atlantic coast

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2 something (as a building) that offers cover from the weather or protection from danger
  • the only harborage from the storm was a lone pine tree, which looked like it could get hit by lightning any minute

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The first known use of harborage was in the 15th century

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