[ UK /hˈa‍ɪdɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈhaɪdɪŋ/ ]
  1. the state of being hidden
    he went into hiding
  2. the activity of keeping something secret
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How To Use hiding In A Sentence

  • We've moved from imagining a little homunculus lurking in the sperm to one hiding in the genome.
  • Unless you've been hiding under an unfashionable rock for the past year, you'll have the word camel firmly rooted in your fashionista lexicon. Philippa Young: Camel: It Doesn't Matter if You're Black or White
  • A small miracle after the endless hiding.
  • The unpleasant truth is that hiding behind private ownership only hides the fall in value from people who choose not to look.
  • Gray is thought to be in hiding near the France/Italy border.
  • No days off and telling the world his players were hopeless after another hiding. The Sun
  • They went into hiding in Katlijk, but where betrayed and fusilladed by the German oppressor.
  • Hiding out in or near steamy rivers and swamps in South America east of the Andes from Colombia to Paraguay and also on the island of Trinidad, these semiaquatic serpents are the largest snakes in the world.
  • Ironic, because this is genuinely naked food, stripped bare, revealing all, hiding nothing.
  • The police blocked off the street where the gunman was hiding.
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