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  • Metaphors were her refuge. (10)
  • Jolyon took refuge in a smile. (8)
  • Nor is there a refuge in asceticism. (10)
  • She sought refuge in a fit of tears. (10)
  • His refuge is the beer of the country. (10)
  • Ridicule convulsed her home of refuge. (10)
  • She turned for refuge to the birch-trees. (8)
  • And, as before, the only refuge was in work. (8)
  • Secretly alarmed, he took refuge in bluster. (8)
  • She thought of him calmly: he seemed a refuge. (10)
  • Besides he was a refuge from the roof of her parents. (10)
  • It certainly kept it a high privilege, a sacred refuge. (9)
  • He took refuge from the subject in an undirected whistle. (9)
  • If a coward, Dahlia was his home, his refuge, his sanctuary. (10)
  • If a coward, Dahlia was his home, his refuge, his sanctuary. (22)
  • She sought refuge in the reply that nothing excused jesuitry. (10)
  • He took refuge adroitly in a foolish reply, and it served him. (10)
  • He is the refuge and redeemer of all who suffer pain and grief. (12)
  • A solitary Algonquin one day fled within the palisades for refuge. (19)
  • And soon by his offices the two were passed into the port of refuge. (8)
  • He had rushed toward her, and she had taken refuge behind the table. (12)
  • It deprived Sir Claude of his hopes, even of his refuge at Port Royal. (19)
  • He had this one place of refuge, and he almost looked a happy man again. (10)
  • He understood that touch, which sought a refuge, and her silent beseeching. (12)
  • But Denonville, in a panic, ordered Subercase to take refuge in Fort Roland. (19)
  • Another and more peremptory ring forbade them refuge in this simple expedient. (9)
  • It took refuge behind a car and a policeman fired several shots into his body. (21)
  • In this situation many are turning to the Socialistic press as their one refuge. (16)
  • In this utter distress of his, Christian had become his sole refuge and support. (12)
  • The principle of primogeniture found no favor in the new land of hope and refuge. (18)
  • And Soames took refuge from it in wondering what painter could have done it justice. (8)
  • Some took permanent refuge with the Indians, and amongst these was young Biencourt. (19)
  • But she had trust in him, affection for him, and must feel that he would be a refuge. (8)
  • They had lost all they possessed and had fled to Canada for refuge from persecution. (19)
  • And Shelton, who could not tell the reason why, took refuge in the smoke of his cigar. (8)
  • For a refuge, she turned into one of the city side streets, where she was quite alone. (10)
  • Laetitia profited by this absurd allusion, thanking Clara in her heart for the refuge. (10)
  • They fled for refuge to Montreal, where the first skirmish in the rebellion took place. (19)
  • Thousands had perished; thousands had sought refuge in England; thousands had recanted. (19)
  • She met no one before she reached her room; and there, to be safe, took refuge in her bed. (8)
  • An old policeman, too, like some grey lighthouse, marked the entrance to the port of refuge. (8)
  • Mother Heinzen tried to calm the tumult, Ruth sought refuge near Christian and took his hand. (12)
  • The officers had taken refuge in their opera-glasses, and spoke while gazing round the house. (10)
  • I walked down to the Chambers where Temple was reading Law, for a refuge from these annoyances. (10)
  • The question was so startling, from his own daughter, that Pierson took refuge in an attempt at wit. (8)
  • Smoothing dawn his mottled grey beard with quieting hands, he took refuge in his habitual sententious irony. (10)
  • Then he determined to bear it; to live in darkness; there was a refuge in the idea of a voluntary martyrdom. (10)
  • He quitted London to take refuge among the mountains; living there in solitary commune with a virgin Note-book. (10)
  • More than once he betrayed a disposition to take refuge in his class (he being son to one of the puisne Judges). (10)
  • He took refuge in Switzerland and remained in exile until a proclamation of amnesty in 1861 allowed him to return. (3)
  • I have at last found a haven, a refuge, and let those who condemn me compare the peace of their spirits with mine. (10)
  • By which it may be seen that she had indeed taken refuge in the Castle of Negation against the whole army of facts. (10)
  • Like a wounded animal taking its hurt for refuge to its lair, he sat in his favourite window overlooking Piccadilly. (8)
  • Vernon turned from the portraits to a stuffed pike in a glass case, and plunged into sympathy with the fish for a refuge. (10)
  • The room she had looked to as a refuge from Nevil was now her stronghold against the man whom she had incredibly accepted. (10)
  • Like most artists, and few Englishmen, he lived on feelings rather than on facts; so, found no refuge in decisive resolutions. (8)
  • Various difficulties made Paris unpleasant to me, and the Princess Valuyeff offered me a refuge on her estate near Petrograd. (12)
  • But he had the artist soul and the poet heart, and no doubt he could take refuge in these from the cares that shadowed his visage. (9)
  • The task, moreover, of avoiding to tease her brother was made easier to her by flying to this new refuge of mysterious reflection. (10)
  • The walking was limited; the talk was the tentative talk of people aware that there was no refuge if they got tired of one another. (9)
  • Once on shore they could not, like the English, look forward to a place of refuge and appease their hunger with provisions and drink. (19)
  • For since that last and most ignominious repulse his wounded self-respect had taken refuge again in the feeling that she must have a lover. (8)
  • Elizabeth received her congratulations amongst the rest, and then, sick of this folly, took refuge in her own room, that she might think with freedom. (4)
  • A hospitable-looking bath-house moored near the landing offered us a familiar refuge at Ismail, and we innocently put in there and prepared to go ashore. (20)
  • It came, after wettings of a couple scorning the refuge of dainty townsfolk under umbrellas, and proud of their likeness to dripping wayside wildflowers. (10)
  • There flamed the burning signal of release from his torments; there his absolving refuge, instead of his writing fruitless, intricate, impossible stuff to a woman. (10)

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