Definition of safe house in English:

safe house

Syllabification: safe house


A house in a secret location, used by spies or criminals in hiding.
More example sentences
  • He moves from safe house to safe house, swapping mobile phones and e-mail addresses every 48 to 72 hours.
  • The leaders are compelled to move daily from safe house to safe house to avoid being exterminated.
  • And as you've been seeing on the news, we have been targeting their hideouts, their safe houses, their meeting locations, weapons caches, and getting very good results.

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