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Adjective: sheltered  shel-tu(r)d
  1. Protected from danger or bad weather
    "a sheltered harbour"
  2. (of a person) overprotected by parents, not exposed to unpleasant realities
Verb: shelter  shel-tu(r)
  1. Provide shelter for
    "After the earthquake, the government could not provide shelter for the thousands of homeless people"
  2. Invest (money) so that it is not taxable
  3. Stay in a building or location protected from danger or bad weather
    "we sheltered under a tree";
    - take cover, take refuge

See also: invulnerable

Type of: commit, furnish, invest, place, provide, put, render, supply

Encyclopedia: Sheltered

Shelter, Richard