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noun as in hiding place

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Once the virus inhabits its new hideout, the immune system can’t eradicate it, nor can drug treatments.

The hideout is a playable lobby, which Velan notes could be experimented with, although it didn’t comment on whether “Knockout City” will begin to support in-game concerts like “Fortnite” and “Roblox” do.

The large hood feels extra protective, like your very own turtle-shell hideout.

For all the monument’s hideouts, there were only so many areas one would normally patrol, with just an eight-mile-long, dead-end road, a single campground, and a system of trails that could be hiked in a single day.

Now a state park, the cave itself once served as a hideout for outlaws and river pirates.

Not until the army fires an explosive into their hideout and the mall burns down does the ordeal finally reach closure.

Zawahiri made the tape in his hideout in Pakistan, no doubt, and many Indians suspect the ISI is helping to protect him.

The setting is in a room that has the look of a hideout such as insurgents would favor.

After receiving confirmation that the amendment had been approved, Escobar finally revealed the location of his hideout.

Last week, al Qaeda issued a statement from his hideout in Pakistan that urged Egyptians to fight the army coup.

But for that price I'll see that you and all your boys get a nice cool spot to hideout in, somewhere a long way from New York.

This proved to be an ancient red brick lodging house which would have made an excellent hideout for a criminal.

This time the words of the Eye's message were clearly projected onto the ceiling of the crimester's hideout.

We could act as guides for the girls and at the same time perhaps discover a clue to the hideout of the rustlers.

And then tonight, after Lefty gave us this hideout location, I didn't have time to explain again.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hideout, such as: hideaway, refuge, sanctuary, shelter, corner, and cover.

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