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


But the horse-thieves and the criminals that are hiding out in the bad lands.

So you think he would know where Wallace and Simms might be hiding out?

I've got a feeling most of the Indians are hiding out on that island.

The mists have been hanging dense and thick, hiding out the water-brooks.

Happy Ideas, you know, have a disagreeable habit of hiding out.

Do you think I was hiding out that noon only by luck and chance?

I've been hiding out there by the chicken coop all the afternoon.

I suppose by now everybody in the villages knows where I'm hiding out.

Last night he was hiding out only from the revenue agent and his informers.

Some of them were attacking each other, others were moving for cover, hiding out.