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noun
a dwelling or building whose conventional appearance makes it a safe or inconspicuous place for hiding, taking refuge, or carrying on clandestine activities.
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Origin of safe house

First recorded in 1960–65
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British Dictionary definitions for safe house

safe house

noun
a place used secretly by undercover agents, terrorists, etc, as a meeting place or refuge
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