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Definition of "harbouring" []

  • Present participle of harbour. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "harbouring" in a sentence
  • "Oh, the jade! the naughty hussy! but I must say, parson, I don't think you have altogether done your duty in harbouring the daughter of an outlandish foreign tramp in a decent English parish, to say nothing of the shame of such a companion for your own lawful niece."
  • "Henry Sidgwick, I am not sure if you, like Maoz, can be described as harbouring "unhinged animosity" towards Israel."
  • "So far, none of the potential independent candidates are drawn from the Alawi community, a Shia Muslim group sometimes described as harbouring more loyalty for the regime than the Sunni Muslim majority."
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