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- Today’s Word: Secure
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adjective, se·cur·er, se·cur·est.
- free from or not exposed to danger or harm; safe.
- dependable; firm; not liable to fail, yield, become displaced, etc., as a support or a fastening:The building was secure, even in an earthquake.
- affording safety, as a place:He needed a secure hideout.
- in safe custody or keeping:Here in the vault the necklace was secure.
- free from care; without anxiety:emotionally secure.
- firmly established, as a relationship or reputation:He earned a secure place among the baseball immortals.
- sure; certain; assured:secure of victory; secure in religious belief.
- safe from penetration or interception by unauthorized persons:secure radio communications between army units.
- Archaic. overconfident.
verb (used with object), se·cured, se·cur·ing.
- to get hold or possession of; procure; obtain:to secure materials; to secure a high government position.
- to free from danger or harm; make safe:Sandbags secured the town during the flood.
- to effect; make certain of; ensure:The novel secured his reputation.
- to make firm or fast, as by attaching:to secure a rope.
- to assure payment of (a debt) by pledging property.
- to assure (a creditor) of payment by the pledge or mortgaging of property.
- to lock or fasten against intruders:to secure the doors.
- to protect from attack by taking cover, by building fortifications, etc.:The regiment secured its position.
- to capture (a person or animal):No one is safe until the murderer is secured.
- to tie up (a person), especially by binding the person’s arms or hands; pinion.
- to guarantee the privacy or secrecy of:to secure diplomatic phone conversations.
verb (used without object), se·cured, se·cur·ing.
- to be or become safe; have or obtain security.
- to cover openings and make movable objects fast:The crew was ordered to secure for sea.
- to be excused from duty:to secure from general quarters.
Definition from Dictionary.com
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