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refuge
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The Two Towers
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  • Such a refuge would be to the liking of a dwarf.
  • Meanwhile your people that are left, the women and the children and the old, should stay to the refuges that you have in the mountains.
  • Night seemed to have taken refuge under its great trees, creeping away from the coming Dawn.
  • Men of that land called it Helm’s Deep, after a hero of old wars who had made his refuge there.
  • We took refuge in that guardroom over there; and we had rather a fright.
  • Before he could conceal it, they saw through the mask the anguish of a mind in doubt, loathing to stay and dreading to leave its refuge.
  • ’Well, here is our refuge,’ said Faramir.
  • For one thing, he knows little of Men, and sly though he is, your refuge is so hidden that perhaps he does not know that Men are concealed here.
  • The hollow in which they had taken refuge was delved in the side of a low hill, at some little height above a long trenchlike valley that lay between it and the outer buttresses of the mountains.
  • He would not rest on the ground so near the evil road, and after some debate they all climbed up into the crotch of a large holm-oak, whose thick branches springing together from the trunk made a good hiding-place and a fairly comfortable refuge.

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  • The park serves as a refuge for wildlife.
  • She took refuge from the sun under a beautiful oak tree.

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