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sheltered

(of buildings) specially designed to provide a safe environment for the elderly, handicapped, or disabled
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We shall land on that island, and we shall be snug and sheltered before the day is done."
And now, if the gods be truly kind, we shall drift by that next headland and come upon a perfectly sheltered beach, where we may land without wetting our feet."
"Excuse me my Sophia for having thus unwillingly offended you--" replied I--and then changing the conversation, desired her to admire the noble Grandeur of the Elms which sheltered us from the Eastern Zephyr.
1 : to provide with a place that covers or protects : be a shelter for <A cave sheltered the climbers.>
Wondrously Sheltered by Dietrich Bonhoeffer is an inspiring collection of thoughtful and thought-provoking quotes taken from the Bonhoeffer's writings and which are quite nicely illustrated with photographs of intimate and vivid lands and natures.
An oak bench provides the finishing touch and the perfect sheltered spot for promenaders to enjoy their fish and chips.
Anne Gilroy, 75, has lived in sheltered housing at Shafto Court, on Ferguson's Lane, for three years.