- I hope and pray that the friends and family who mean so much to Sherry have survived and are safe from harm.
- At least here, they are safe from the dangers of everyday life in the worst of areas.
- Now safe from harm, he and his parents continued their journey and when they arrived in Timnah the lovers looked at each other and were pleased.
- With two out of every three deaths in Iraq caused by diarrhoea and respiratory infections, a safe supply of clean water is crucial to child survival.
- Because of this we decide that the water was safe enough to clean up in and drink.
- Fact: the vast majority of Scotland's coastal waters are clean and safe for bathing.
- They say they chose the location for its outstanding beauty and the fact that it affords a safe place for their children to play.
- A civil order status, on the other hand, would imply that the area was safe, with security affairs controlled by the police.
- You see, Margo, most people want a job, house mortgage rates they can afford, a safe environment for their children.
- That's a safe choice for a conservative offense, but it doesn't mean Peete will last the season in that role.
- Mr. Nebbish seems like the perfect, safe choice if you've been smacked around by relationships.
- So many cars are now painted silver that it has become the vanilla of colours, but it's still a safe choice.
- The Crown in that case submitted that the confessions were rightly admitted and that the convictions were safe and satisfactory.
- For all these reasons, we consider that the jury's verdict in respect of this appellant was safe, and that her appeal must be dismissed.
- This appellant's convictions are safe, and his appeal against conviction is dismissed.
- Civilian employers are concerned about your welfare and want you to return home safe and sound.
- Fortunately the missing person turned up, safe and sound, and the boat returned to its station.
- There is still time to hand in photographs all of which will be returned safely to their owners safe and sound.
- Another successful selling point Abrams uses is the discounts many insurance companies give to customers who purchase fireproof safes for their valuables.
- Personakey's Touch Open locking storage cases and safes are nothing short of amazing.
- But not so lucky were files, plans and tapes stored in a fireproof cabinet and safe in Manhattan.
- According to the ad, ‘Julius Schmind would like to give you some straight talk about condoms, rubbers, sheaths, safes, French letters, storkstoppers.’
as safe as houses
- see house.
in safe hands
- see hand.
safe in the knowledge that
- Confident because of the specified fact: they used to recruit hundreds a year, safe in the knowledge that many would leaveMore example sentences
- With boosted confidence and safe in the knowledge that people do in fact want to see traditional shows with farm animals, the organisers can now plan ahead for next year.
- They were prepared to sign up to a framework agreement safe in the knowledge that there will be plenty of chances over the coming weeks, months and probably years to carry on haggling.
- I leave Black Rock Desert safe in the knowledge that there is still a place where, for one week at least, you can escape mundanity and soar into the world of your own imagination.
a safe pair of hands
- see hand.
to be on the safe side
- In order to have a margin of security against risks: to be on the safe side, she had recorded everythingMore example sentences
- And so he said in order to be on the safe side, you need to bring in all your own supplies.
- In order for one to be on the safe side, you should prepare for the worst and hope for the best.
- It was just warm enough to sit outside, but to be on the safe side Ann ordered vegetable soup with a large buttered bap.
- Example sentences
- Tracks like ‘Love steals us from loneliness’ may be over-calculated, but their safeness means they are entirely inoffensive and even enjoyable in spurts.
- And so to err on the side of safeness, my press and I nixed the vast majority of ‘in limbo ‘s.’
- Despite the safeness of so many seats, public officials still spend half their time fund raising - in case they either run for re-election or for another office, or perhaps to help out a friend in the next election.
Middle English (as an adjective): from Old French sauf, from Latin salvus 'uninjured'. The noun is from the verb save1, later assimilated to the adjectival form.
Words that rhyme with safechafe, Rafe, vouchsafe, waif
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