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- v. To hide.
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- v. remain secluded or in hiding
- v. score a hole in one
- v. sleep during winter
hole + up (Wiktionary)
The parents were loading up on coffee and Trint guessed they’d been driving somewhere to spend the holidays with relatives, and the snow forced them to hole up here.