Unharbor

Un`har´bor


v. t.1.To drive from harbor or shelter.
References in classic literature ?
yes, he has been seeking you, Aramis," said Porthos, "and the proof is that he has unharbored me at Belle-Isle.
3) And grant that Ares whose hot breath I feel, Though without targe or steel He stalks, whose voice is as the battle shout, May turn in sudden rout, To the unharbored Thracian waters sped, Or Amphitrite's bed.
5 Consider fair market value of the "safe unharbor." Using fair market value in all transactions "provides excellent overall protection" from fraud allegations.