safe place

See: cache, refuge
References in classic literature ?
She shall be housed in a safe place so that none may come nigh to her, and when she is grown she shall be my one true wife.
This creature you must hide in some safe place, and if the jury decides that Eureka is guilty you may then produce this piglet and claim it is the one that was lost.
A dreadful thing that I was only beginning to realise was, that over all this island there was now no safe place where I could be alone and secure to rest or sleep.
And whenever you signal me to transport you to this safe place, where you are always welcome, I know you are in danger or in trouble.
Where shall we find a safe place for gentlemen like ourselves?
These I made up into bales, and stored them into a safe place upon the beach, and then waited hopefully for the passing of a ship.
My first was to secure some safe place of refuge, and to make myself such arms of metal or stone as I could contrive.
You will put them in a safe place, or get a friend to do so, and, if you do your duty, you will go to your wife and beg her pardon for having even for an instant thought of leaving her.
Also were there many packs of wild dogs, and as there were no trees it was not a safe place for us.
His studies in the old library have informed him of a safe place of concealment in the palace.
While Sergeant Cuff still left me free, I had to choose--and at once-- between destroying the nightgown, or hiding it in some safe place, at some safe distance from the house.
When I saw that your launch must catch us, I put the loot away in a safe place.