Definition of harborage:
Sitting upon my throne of augury, As is my wont, where every fowl of heaven Find harborage, upon mine ears was borne A jargon strange of twitterings, hoots, and screams; So knew I that each bird at the other tare With bloody talons, for the whirr of wings Could signify naught else.- "The Oedipus Trilogy", Sophocles.
- "The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest of Canada", Francis Parkman.
To insure supplies he made them dig, towards the mouths of the Rhone, a large canal which formed a junction with the river a little above Arles, and which, at its entrance into the sea, offered good harborage for vessels.- "A Popular History of France From The Earliest Times Volume I. of VI.", Francois Pierre Guillaume Guizot.