safe house

  1. a house used as a hiding place or refuge by members of certain organizations
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How To Use safe house In A Sentence

  • When we first entered the property Mr. Dotcom was not overly co-operative and in fact fled into what can best be described as a safe house, or a safe room and it took us some time to get through the security measures that were in place and he was subsequently found in that safe room with a loaded shot gun resembling a sawn off shotgun. New Zealand Police Arrest MegaUpload Founder
  • They went out on patrols, participated in raids on enemy safe houses, controlled dozens of missions dropping live ordnance, and were involved in a few firefights.
  • He has been debriefed by police and taken to a safe house amid fears Hall's underworld associates may target him.
  • The City of South Sydney has taken the bold step of trialling safe house brothels.
  • This follows the discovery of prototype devices during a raid on a safe house at an undisclosed location, the analyst said.
  • We arrived safely at the home of the safe house stationmaster in Elmira. Eliza’s Freedom Road
  • They try to disappear into the no man's land of safe houses and new identities. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is now in a police safe house. The Sun
  • A police source said that the woman had not been moved into a safe house but that police were in daily contact with her. Times, Sunday Times
  • They spent the next three weeks in what Betty called the “never-never land” of secret OSS training schools, a series of safe houses scattered all over the Virginia area where they were taught how to make false documents, skulk around corners while following people, arrange secret meetings, and question suspects. A Covert Affair
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