hole up

  1. sleep during winter
    Bears must eat a lot of food before they hibernate in their caves
  2. remain secluded or in hiding
    He is writing his book and is holing up in his study
  3. score a hole in one
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How To Use hole up In A Sentence

  • I'll hole up in some cheapo apartment, maybe down in the barrio somewhere. HOUR OF THE HUNTER
  • Suddenly, the entire campsite, the whole upper surface of the plateau was bathed in powerful white light, and there was a voice, in labored English, coming over some kind of loudspeaker from the air above them. The Nightmare Begins
  • She and Banducci -- who has a 3-year-old granddaughter -- took a yarn-store road trip last spring in Oregon and sometimes hole up in Banducci's rural cabin for multi-day knitting fests. Undefined
  • We'd better find some shelter and hole up until the storm passes.
  • Black bears are also the animals that hole up in winter.
  • Bears hole up for the winter to go by.
  • It's not like Russia where you can retreat and retreat - you hole up and fight a guerilla war, or you run out of country.
  • The whole upper headwall is avalanching and is loaded with snow right now.
  • Usually lynx roam a mile or two a day, but when the females prepare to have kittens, they zero in on a small area as they choose a den, aiming to hole up for a while.
  • Dug ear hole up to now oneself 3 many months, still be inflammation, how to do?
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