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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshelteredshel‧tered /ˈʃeltəd $ -ərd/ adjective  1 a sheltered life/childhood/upbringing etc2 PROTECTa place that is sheltered is protected from extreme weather conditions a sheltered valley3 sheltered accommodation/housing
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shelteredHousing associations as well as local authorities are involved in the provision of sheltered accommodation.That night we slid into Tomb Bay, where Lycian rock tombs glare over a sheltered bight and cicadas yell from oleanders.Increased competition and easier industrial collaboration in a less sheltered defence market will not save jobs.The girls give the impression of children of a particularly sheltered family.We could have built many schools, sheltered housing schemes and sports centres with those millions of pounds.What a sheltered life she leads, in her self-built lavender ghetto.Let's find a nice sheltered spot for a picnic.We sighted a fishing boat in the distance, a sure sign of more sheltered water.
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