Synonyms for Harbor:
n.catch, retreat, contents, fit, include. dockyard, inlet, wharf, harborage, dry-dock, embankment, anchorage, pier, mole, jetty, landing, breakwater, dock, basin. lie low, conceal, mask, tuck away, blot out, camouflage, obscure, house, submerge. board, domicile, room, cache, put up, bunk, bed, quarter, lodge, hideaway, hiding place, bestow, billet, berth. relive, recall, bring/call someone/something to mind, safety, think back, be stamped on your memory/mind, do something from memory, covert, stick in your mind/memory, recollect, attack, remember. •artifact (noun)
cover, screen, countermeasure, return, buffer, counterattack, fortress, rebuttal, armor, backfire, barrier, stronghold, aversion, argument, answer, response, shelter, retort, security, support, protection, safeguard, resistance, wall, barricade, shield, guard, defense, reply, moat.
haven, shield, seaport, hold, harbour, nurse, entertain.
haven, harbour, seaport.
•place for seclusion (noun)
harborage, cover, refuge, security, shelter, asylum, retreat, covert, sanctuary.
•place for storing boats in the water (noun)
breakwater, haven, dock, inlet, anchorage, jetty, landing, pier, embankment, wharf.
foxhole, sanctuary, refuge, haven, dugout, hideout, asylum.
nurse, entertain, hold, harbour.
•hide, protect (verb)
entertain, lodge, shield, house, put up, guard, board, screen, safeguard, nurse, quarter, conceal, domicile, bunk.
•hold in imagination (verb)
hideaway, dry-dock, wharf, hiding place, dockyard, include, dock. domicile, basin, landing, retreat, lodge, house, catch, safety. board, berth, bunk. fit, cache, quarter. bed, bestow. camouflage. •break water
lie low, tuck away.
•Other relevant words:
embankment, covert, berth, retreat, house, nurse, conceal, harborage, landing, fit, cache, board, quarter, domicile, basin, dockyard, bed, asylum, harbour, bunk, anchorage, inlet, seaport, lodge, breakwater, jetty, hold, safety, wharf, room, pier, bestow, entertain, dock, hideaway, mole, billet.
Usage examples for harbor
Kate's was a nature too great to harbor resentment. – Kildares of Storm by Eleanor Mercein Kelly