- n. Plural form of hideaway.
“Some of them, many of them have little one room offices they called hideaways here.”
“All the crazy borderline slapstick gadgets, mad scientists making weapons of mass destruction in island hideaways, secret cabals of men trying to rule the world -- all that stuff happened.”
“From there, the tour crosses the Elbe River to visit some of Augustus' hideaways out in the lush meadows of the Elbe Valley.”
“There are a lot of foreclosed families out there, guys, so don't sleep too peacefully in those Hamptons hideaways.”
“He drank more than the rest while telling secrets about the hideaways of key government personnel in the event of a Russian bomb, learned during a stint with the CIA.”
“Amid the mêlée of this Moroccan city's ancient medina, many of its riads - the name of the traditional houses with an inner courtyard - have been transformed into stylish hideaways.”
“Not only do these intimate guesthouses provide pindrop-peaceful sanctuaries within the winding alleyways of the bustling souks, these old-meets-new glamorous hideaways are fantastically chic.”
“These are just a few of the hideaways you will read about starting on page 90.”
“Each muppet animal would scurry and hide from the hunters and when the coast cleared they would emerge from their woodland hideaways to sing along with Stephen Stills and Buffalo Springfield's chorus, "stop children what's that sound, everybody look what's going down.”
“Step forward Beach Tomato's team of fashion-savvy travel experts who have put together their top three beach wedding destinations, from idyllic 'I do' sands, to post-nuptial hideaways and of course the perfect wedding gown to sweep across the sand in.”
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