Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


"We may still have the wagon I hid out in the forest," Lorenzo said.

And now he has gone and hid out somewhere just when I have found a place for him.

Mr. Hayes kept him hid out but they stole him and took him to fight.

There, he sat down and watched till the darkness thickened around and hid out every thing.

Tunstall was at the camp with some of his employes, who “hid out” on the approach of Morton and the posse.

I hid out for a long time till I seed they wasn't goin' to do nothin'.

I sneaked over in a skiff last night and got here to get my two pistols and some money and trinkets we'd hid out.

One time one young man come home and he wouldn't go back, just hid out in the cane brake.

Pepper was too quick for him, however, and hid out of sight around an angle of the hall.

When daylight overtook us, we hid out in the mountains, on Brasstown creek—a stream noted for its high cascades.