Safe Adjective Synonyms
vault, crypt, strongbox, safe-deposit or safety-deposit box, coffer, chest, repository
The necklace is kept in the safe and I never get a chance to wear it.
I won't breathe easy till he's safe behind bars.
Safe Adverb Synonyms
unharmed, whole, uninjured, unhurt, (safe and) sound, secure, protected, shielded, sheltered, out of harm's way, all right, OK, okay
You'll be safe here with me.
harmless, non-toxic, non-poisonous, innocuous, unpolluted
This medication is safe if you do not exceed the recommended dosage. Is the water safe to drink.
Safe Noun Synonyms
all right, allowable, permissible, acceptable, satisfactory, appropriate, suitable, timely, right, correct, proper, justifiable, justified, OK, okay
Is it safe to come out now.
Entertainment / Football / Free Safety (FS): A player position on defense. Free safeties typically play deep, or 'center field', and often have the pass defense responsibility of assisting other defensive backs in deep coverage (compared to stro MORE
Business / Human Resources (HR) / Occupational Safety And Health Act (OSHA) Of 1970: A law setting forth standards that employers must comply with in order to provide working conditions that are safe and free from any health hazards for all employees. Additionally, the law also requir MORE
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Business / Human Resources (HR) / Unsafe Conditions: Hazards, such as faulty equipment or tools, improper safety procedures, failure to improperly guard equipment, etc., that result or have the potential to result in an accident or injury to another. MORE
Entertainment / Football / Strong Safety (SS): A kind of safety on defense, as opposed to a free safety. This is a central defensive back; originally, the term indicated that he lined up on the strong side of the field and covered the tight end. H MORE