safe house

noun
a dwelling or building whose conventional appearance makes it a safe or inconspicuous place for hiding, taking refuge, or carrying on clandestine activities.

Origin:
1960–65

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safe house
 
n
a place used secretly by undercover agents, terrorists, etc, as a meeting place or refuge

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Example sentences
Fidel and his group started meeting in our home, using it as a safe house.
But it also served as a kind of safe house when, from time to time, he was in the down cycle of bipolar disorder.
She can't be seen leaving the safe house, not at this late hour.
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