The rest of the family took refuge on higher ground, she said.
She moved away from him, taking refuge by the fire.
But those who had taken refuge here couldn't get out, either.
One way or the other, French culture seems to have taken refuge in the past.
She did not show up and by then had taken refuge in a church.
She was only looking for a body to take refuge in.
It's the reason I took refuge behind the wall of my work.
"He would like to take refuge in what is just and legal."
It would be a few more minutes before he could take refuge in sleep.
He had no friends with whom they could take refuge.
"I found myself seeking the safety and sanctuary of the American dream," the statement said.
A hundred times, Molly had tried to imagine how it might feel to seek sanctuary in his strong arms.
He sought sanctuary in his room, locking the door behind him.
Here, she had sought sanctuary many times in the past four years.
Fact is, we've been hearing they may seek sanctuary out this way.
After a few hundred yards, he sought sanctuary in a nearby house.
The occupants are sent, or taken back, given no chance even to seek sanctuary.
The day is late; we had better seek sanctuary for the night.
As so often before, she sought sanctuary within, away from her dead parents' people.
We've come here seeking sanctuary for those under our care.