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Spell check of harbor

Correct spelling: harbor

Synonyms:
keep, contain, fit, put up, argument, arrest, book, declare, keep back, hideaway, hold up, think about, mole, reserve, port, include, remember, moderate, take for, retort, obscure, cling to, basin, value, obligate, barrier, retain, attack, cache, bolt-hole, dry dock, oblige, withstand, shelter, have, safety, bed, throw, buffer, submerge, carry, suckle, mask, nurture, defy, shield, wharf, confine, quarter, lie low, guard, dugout, harbour, contents, give suck, jetty, sustain, retreat, response, landing, pier, billet, backfire, board, cover, conceal, think of, have got, barricade, answer, cherish, armor, oasis, take hold, flirt with, bunk, nurse, stronghold, refuge, reply, lodge, encourage, concur, bestow, comfort, check, cheer, covert, harborage, halt, bind, adjudge, sanctum, concord, screen, entertain, inlet, camouflage, wall, countermeasure, defense, foxhole, haven, aversion, asylum, sanctuary, relive, admit, accommodate, restrain, recall, house, embankment, obtain, dock, treasure, go for, toy with, deem, hold in, support, prevail, rebuttal, resistance, wet-nurse, hold, take, room, agree, maintain, breakwater, anchorage, hiding place, security, protect, dockyard, make, control, berth, counterattack, hide, foster, bear, seaport, recollect, think back, breastfeed, catch, hold dear, nourish, return, defend, apply, blot out, domicile, safeguard, moat, curb, protection, give, tuck away, hold back, fortress, view as, hideout.

Examples of usage:

1) And, furthermore, why had Mr. Peary told no one on his ship of his own success until he neared Battle Harbor? - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) It is difficult, now, to explain, but I did not want to go to Deep Harbor. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) Point is, Deep Harbor won't see you at all. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

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