Let these eight Wordbirds-for-the-Shutdown serve as a linguistic life raft to float you to safe harbor.
The cuts fracture, creating a microscopic web of fissures below the surface which provide a safe harbor for bacteria.
Let's lead 'em to the safe harbor of American renewal and the shores of American exceptionalism.
It [the safe harbor Act] made a woman who was pregnant above the law.
However, the recent bill stands in sharp contrast to what the state passed last year: the safe harbor Act.
The swift impulse swept her to anchor her craft for life in a safe harbor.
It was easily apparent that she had made a safe harbor none too early.
Wherever a safe harbor occurred a small village had clustered about it and the larger islands only were inhabited.
It is characterized by an indented coast and has a safe harbor.
No man can possibly know how comforting it is for a girl's course to be laid within easy running distance of a safe harbor.