I have no harbourage for mortal guests, no provision to relieve human wants.
He had the charity to give me his guidance from the Sands, and a night's harbourage from the tempest.
That Rhoda herself might suffer in the process was an idea to which (if it occurred to him) he would give no harbourage.
A mighty wind drove them far from their harbourage, so that their rudder was broken, and their sail torn from the mast.
He will then launch his toils into the wild boar's harbourage, placing the nooses upon any forked branches of wood to hand.
And the old birds that had sung in the spring sang now amid the same leaves, grown older too to give them harbourage.
Originally he was, as his name implies, a god of harbourage.
It was between evening and night when we approached our harbourage, Puerto Madryn.
And then the flea said, “This night will we change our harbourage”; and so they did.
The harbourage is excellent, and in summer the town is a favourite resort as a watering-place.