Safe"-con"duct (?), n. [Safe + conduct: cf. F. sauf-conduit.]

That which gives a safe, passage

; either (a)

a convoy or guard to protect a person in an enemy's country or a foreign country

, or (b)

a writing, pass, or warrant of security, given to a person to enable him to travel with safety




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Safe`-con*duct" (?), v. t.

To conduct safely; to give safe-conduct to.


He him by all the bonds of love besought To safe-conduct his love. Spenser.


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