Shelter in a sentence as a noun

You never run out of money, you never run out of health care, toys, or shelter.

You just have to be smart enough to realize that kids need love, patience, shelter, and food.

There's no need to shelter income in Ireland if they have the same tax rates.

If too cold - get into shelter, drink something hot, eat carbs, add clothes, move faster.

In India, a hut made of newspaper is adequate shelter year round.

Just because "In India, a hut made of newspaper is adequate shelter year round.

Not just in the sense that you need food and shelter to live, but in that you rented your body to some labor in exchange for the money.

Shelter in a sentence as a verb

For some people, going without a steady income is to truly be without a safety net and risk having to sleep in a shelter.

* This will make it a shelter for the homeless *There have always been homeless people on the busses, and I didn't notice a markedly increase.

He build a company from the public library, while living out of a homeless shelter and eating in soup kitchens?> Bring the locus of control inside.

We'll have billions of souls struggling to find food and shelter instead of contributing their unique gifts to the betterment of humanity.

Cars are usually much faster, provide much better shelter from the weather, and are much less tiring than trying to lug bags from one place to another on buses or other public transport.

They get the credit for building something good and scalable with AWS, but of course it was a separate team lead by a senior executive with enough political clout to shelter that team.

I could just happen to prefer hobbies that shelter me from social situations or bring me together with other introverts instead of forcing me into uncomfortable situations.

Shelter definitions


a structure that provides privacy and protection from danger


protective covering that provides protection from the weather


the condition of being protected; "they were huddled together for protection"; "he enjoyed a sense of peace and protection in his new home"

See also: protection


a way of organizing business to reduce the taxes it must pay on current earnings


temporary housing for homeless or displaced persons


provide shelter for; "After the earthquake, the government could not provide shelter for the thousands of homeless people"


invest (money) so that it is not taxable