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PLACE OF ESCAPE FROM DANGER

'PLACE OF ESCAPE FROM DANGER' is a 23 letter phrase starting with P and ending with R
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Crossword clues for 'PLACE OF ESCAPE FROM DANGER'

ClueAnswer
Place of escape from danger (8)BOLT-HOLE
Refuge from danger; escape route (8)BOLT-HOLE

Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for PLACE OF ESCAPE FROM DANGER [bolt-hole]

3 letter words

DEN

4 letter words

HOLE - LAIR - NOOK

5 letter words

CACHE - COVER - CUBBY - NICHE - SLIDE - STASH

6 letter words

ASYLUM - CORNER - COVERT - CRANNY - DUGOUT - HIDING - RECESS - REFUGE

7 letter words

BACK WAY - FOXHOLE - HIDEOUT - LIFE NET - RETREAT

8 letter words

BACK DOOR - BOLT-HOLE - FUNK HOLE - HIDEAWAY - LIFE BUOY - LIFE RAFT - LIFEBOAT - LIFELINE - SIDE DOOR

9 letter words

COVERT WAY - COVERTURE - CUBBYHOLE - HIDEY HOLE - SALLY PORT - SANCTUARY

10 letter words

BACK STAIRS - DARK CORNER - FIRE ESCAPE - SECRET EXIT

11 letter words

CONCEALMENT - ESCAPE HATCH - ESCAPE ROUTE - HIDING PLACE - SECRET PLACE - UNDERCOVERT - UNDERGROUND

12 letter words

EJECTION SEAT

13 letter words

EMERGENCY EXIT - SECRET PASSAGE

14 letter words

ESCALIER DEROBE

15 letter words

INFLATABLE SLIDE - SECRET STAIRCASE

16 letter words

UNDERGROUND ROUTE

19 letter words

UNDERGROUND RAILROAD

Definition of bolt-hole

  • a hole through which an animal may bolt when pursued into its burrow or den



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