Haven [noun]

Definition of Haven:

refuge, port

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Sentence/Example of Haven:

The dollar appears to be regaining its familiar position as a safe haven during tumultuous times.

The recent surge has been driven by investors seeking a safe haven amid the economic chaos of the pandemic.

As the magnitude of the pandemic dawned on investors in March, they pulled out of the stock market and sought a safe haven in cash.

Super accommodative monetary policy is also pounding Treasuries, limiting the appeal that bonds—another traditional safe haven—would hold for investors.

This beautiful park serves as a refuge for native plants and wildlife, and as a haven of peace and beauty for visitors.

This may be because the grass creates a safe haven for the mussels.

Henry Doggett, an officer of the revolutionary army, died at New Haven, aged 86.

A superstitious Italian, I believed that heaven had protected me from the devils to hand me over pure to the religious haven.

Svold is not an island as Snorri thought, but a haven or creek in the mouth of a river somewhat west of Rgen.

All in the vessel are, to a great extent, dependent upon him for a successful voyage, and a safe arrival at the desired haven.