Synonyms of harbour in English:

harbour


See definition of harbour

noun

1‘the boat was tied up in the harbour’

SYNONYMS
port, dock, haven, marina, dockyard, boatyard, mooring, anchorage, roads, waterfront
jetty, quay, pier, slipway, wharf, landing stage
rare harbourage, moorage, roadstead, hithe

2‘I am looking for a kind man who is a safe harbour for me’

SYNONYMS
refuge, haven, safe haven, shelter, sanctuary, retreat, asylum, place of safety, place of security, port in a storm, oasis, sanctum

verb

1‘he was suspected of harbouring an escaped prisoner’

SYNONYMS
shelter, conceal, hide, shield, protect, give asylum to, give sanctuary to, give shelter to, provide a refuge for
accommodate, lodge, put up, take in, billet, house
ANTONYMS

hand over

2‘he had never harboured any hostile feelings against them’

SYNONYMS
bear, nurse, nurture, cherish, entertain, foster, feel secretly, hold on to, cling to, possess, maintain, retain