verb (used with object)
Origin of haven
Related formsha·ven·less, adjectiveha·ven·ward, adverb
Examples from the Web for haven
Cambodia, with its seemingly free press, is also a haven for foreign journalists.
And one has to fight against that and create some haven for optimism.The Gospel According to Nick Denton—What Next For The Gawker Founder?|Lloyd Grove|December 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ironically, according to Epoune, there are gendered reasons as to why tourism has become a haven for women seeking employment.
Azaz had long been a haven for the Free Syrian Army whose Northern Storm Brigade had liberated the town in July 2012.
Botswana has become a haven of sorts for endangered animals.
There are some traits in her character that haven a fairly shown themselves yet.Christie Redfern's Troubles|Margaret Robertson
At the last, I say, He shall bring them to the haven they had desired.Romance|Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
Falmouth (Falemuth) as a haven and port has had a place in the maritime history of Cornwall from very early times.
There was a Danish chapman who came to our haven at Mundesley, where I live, and told it there to me.A King's Comrade|Charles Whistler
"You will heave to the ship, Mr. Haven," said the captain, when she had passed a short distance beyond the wreck.Outward Bound|Oliver Optic