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  1. ref·uge

    /ˈrefˌyo͞oj/

    noun

  2. 3. A source of help, relief, or comfort in times of trouble: "Reva's love was her refuge from shame and degradation" (Richard Wright). See Synonyms at shelter.

  3. Refuge | Definition of Refuge by Merriam-Webster

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    Refuge definition is - shelter or protection from danger or distress. How to use refuge in a sentence. Finding refuge

  4. Refuge | Definition of Refuge at Dictionary.com

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    Refuge definition, shelter or protection from danger, trouble, etc.: to take refuge from a storm. See more.

  5. REFUGE | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    refuge definition: 1. (a place that gives) protection or shelter from danger, trouble, unhappiness, etc.: 2…. Learn more.

  6. Refuge definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

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    Refuge definition: If you take refuge somewhere , you try to protect yourself from physical harm by going... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

  7. REFUGE | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    refuge meaning: 1. (a place that gives) protection or shelter from danger, trouble, unhappiness, etc.: 2. protection or shelter from danger, trouble, etc., or a place ...

  8. 3. A source of help, relief, or comfort in times of trouble: "Reva's love was her refuge from shame and degradation" (Richard Wright). See Synonyms at shelter.

  9. What is a refuge and how can I stay in one? - Womens Aid

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    If you go into a refuge but then find yourself unhappy with either the location or the refuge itself you should talk to one of the workers at the refuge. If the situation can’t be resolved within the refuge, they will help you to transfer to a different refuge where hopefully you’ll feel more comfortable.

  10. Refugee - Wikipedia

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    The first modern definition of international refugee status came about under the League of Nations in 1921 from the Commission for Refugees. Following World War II ...

  11. Define the Line - Refuge Charity - Domestic Violence Help

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    Define the Line In March 2017, Refuge and Avon undertook extensive new research into how young people are experiencing non-physical violence in their relationships.