shelter for vessels, as that provided by a harbor.
any shelter or lodging.
a place of shelter.
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How to use harborage in a sentence
He was heartily glad, as apparently eager arms gave her the desired harborage, that the other girl was by now blocks away.Mountain | Clement Wood
The object of Ribault had been some safe and pleasant harborage, in which his people could refresh themselves for a- 14 - season.The Lily and the Totem | William Gilmore Simms
No town stretched out its sheltering walls before him; there was scarcely harborage for his ships.Mexico | Susan Hale
Intemperance, extravagant living, or immorality found no harborage on Plymouth Rock, no matter under what disguise it might come.Old Boston Taverns and Tavern Clubs | Samuel Adams Drake
I suppose you know, Johnson, that I am a magistrate, and the proper harborage I give to breakers of the peace is the jail.The Entailed Hat | George Alfred Townsend