from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A place of concealment.


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  • First he tried to locate the hiding-place of the bait of his hair.


  • It was the poor hunted wretch that had dragged himself past my hiding-place.

    Chapter 24: Nightmare

  • But she made me swear, first, never to reveal the hiding-place; and I never have.

    Chapter 26

  • I had not confessed to the hiding-place of the dynamite, I should be given another ten days in the jacket.

    Chapter 14

  • A more surprised party of rescuers could not be imagined, had they ventured down into our hiding-place.

    Chapter 20: A Lost Oligarch

  • They say the bones of Kahekili were taken from their hiding-place and lie to-day in the Royal


  • He had evidently delayed reporting, preferring to wait until he had brought things to a successful conclusion by discovering my hiding-place and capturing me.

    Chapter 19: Transformation

  • When she became suspect, and before Doc Strowbridge could get hold of her, her brother spirited her away to some hiding-place.

    The Sheriff of Kona

  • I awoke exhausted; and, finding that it was already night, I crept forth from my hiding-place, and went in search of food.

    Chapter 16

  • I rushed from my hiding-place, and, with extreme labour from the force of the current, saved her, and dragged her to shore.

    Chapter 16


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