- n. a place where something or someone may be safely hidden
- n. a place suitable for hiding something (such as yourself)
“As he passed through the great hall and disappeared down the runway which led to the pump-room, I stole stealthily from my hiding place and crossed to the great door, the inner of the three which stood between me and liberty.”
“No hiding place on the station was worth an extra three percent, and like a targ to the Klingon wedding feast, Quark had climbed willingly into the sack, hugging the antigrav, until Base tossed him out on the deck of the water-plant room—and the four female Andorian hands went to work on him in a terrible travesty of his fantasy.”
“Stevens found a planet in the Eerlik system with an atmosphere that would render the da Vinci undetectable by sensors if they went into a low orbit; this proved a useful hiding place while the da Vinci effected repairs from an attack by the Senbolma.”
“But her hiding place was exposed soon after midnight when the impromptu band took a break and gave way to a Newcastle printer who played the Northumbrian pipes.”
“Cache, pronounced “cash,” from the French verb cacher, “to hide,” came to mean “a hiding place for valuables”; it was especially applied to holes dug to conceal provisions and ammunition.”
“She followed Jai and Eden across the factory belt, down to the hiding place where the others waitedthe rooftop of a low industrial building next to the tracks.”
“We watched from his hiding place and saw that the limousine was there already, and that the Trann fathers were talking to the two hippos who work at the gas station.”
“Suggestively, in 1894 she bought the château of Cabrières Aveyron, near her birthplace of Millau, which was said in the seventeenth century to have been the hiding place of the long-sought-after Book of Abraham the Jew, which had been used by Flamel to achieve the Great Work71.”
“Instantly her plan was formed, and as a great chariot swung close to our hiding place she slipped stealthily in upon the trailing tailboard, crouching low in the shadow of the high side, straining me to her bosom in a frenzy of love.”
“Trenches had been dug, streams dammed to form bogs, houses and forests leveled to allow no hiding place for an approaching foe, hillsides smoothed out into glacis or blasted into precipices — the story went on.”
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