American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A place of concealment; a hideout.
- n. A secluded or isolated place.
- n. a hiding place, somewhere you can go to get away from other people
- adj. Capable of being stored out of sight when not in use.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a hiding place; usually a remote place used by outlaws.
- n. an area where one can be alone and undisturbed.
- n. an area where you can be alone
- n. a hiding place; usually a remote place used by outlaws
- hide + away (Wiktionary)
“Most senators have what they call hideaway offices.”
“For this verdant subterranean hideaway is arguably London's most stylish and comfortable place in which to enjoy a cigar.”
“Instead, it has become a hideaway from the unsafe streets of America's second largest city.”
“So you mean to tell me that because of some dumb mother truckers, I have to drive to my mountain hideaway???”
“All we can hope for is that if we are lucky, Hastert will lose his house leadership role and vacte to his Wisconsin hideaway, never to be heard from again.”
“Takamatsu and to a mountain hideaway where the ordinary laws of time no longer apply.”
“In the past decade, the Meat Packing District became known as a hideaway for exclusive sales and clothing lines.”
“My hideaway was the local library and it was there that I found old copies of her monthly columns.”
“The hideaway is a $5.5 million mansion where Heidi did her Playboy shoot last year.”
“Odessa, Texas Ames was able to call the hideaway on a secure phone and start the power generators by remote control, so that by the time he got there, the main building would be cooler and not so stale-smelling.”
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