harborage

[hahr-ber-ij]
noun
1.
shelter for vessels, as that provided by a harbor.
2.
any shelter or lodging.
3.
a place of shelter.

Origin:
1560–70; harbor + -age

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harbourage or (US) harborage (ˈhɑːbərɪdʒ)
 
n
shelter or refuge, as for a ship, or a place providing shelter
 
harborage or (US) harborage
 
n

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Example sentences
Once in the home, bed bugs will find harborage in any convenient crack or
  crevice.
Typical harborage areas for structural pests in different life cycle stages.
Remember mice and rats require three things to survive: food, water and
  harborage.
All baiting should be completed before removal of harborage areas.
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