American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A place of shelter or concealment.
- n. A place to hide
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a hiding place; usually a remote place used by outlaws.
- v. be or go into hiding; keep out of sight, as for protection and safety
- n. a hiding place; usually a remote place used by outlaws
“The set-up here is Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson), Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Wichita (Emma Stone) and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) are in Beverly Hills and are looking for a hideout from the zombies.”
“IMBTIRIITT2: Osama bin Laden's former cave hideout is to be converted into a £5.3 million tourist resort.”
“My son Greg is guarding me in a California hideout from the agents of a pharmaceutical company, etc.”
“In the past he has painted interiors that exist, or must once have existed, but were necessarily imagined – Che Guevara's mountain hideout, Jimi Hendrix's last resting place, the Queen's bedroom (with a single-bar heater).”
“The city in which the organizations hideout is located, is called Bonham.”
“Verano was given 10 days to submit a counter-affidavit from the day the CHR-led task force went to Verano’s mountain hideout last week and presented to the cult leader the cases and accusations hurled against him.”
“A news report by The Associated Press quotes officials who said Saturday that security forces searched the attack scene, about 130 kilometers from the capital, and Yakouren, an adjacent forested area, known as a hideout for members of the terror group al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb.”
“One trip to our hideout was all that it took to get all of the dynamite carried away.”
“Shepherds found the mutilated bodies on Monday of two German nurses and a South Korean teacher who were kidnapped while picnicking in an area of Yemen known as a hideout for al-Qaida," the Associated Press reports from Sanaa, the Yemeni capital:”
“And some multimillion dollar mansions burned to the ground overnight in the tiny exclusive town of Montecito, areas described as a hideout for the rich and famous.”
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slang terms for crimes, also words associated with shady behaviour
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