hidings[ hahy-ding ]SEE DEFINITION OF hidings
Synonyms for hidings
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HIDINGS
Would he take any woman into this life of straits and hidings and ambushes?
Wise men will ask, where were the hidings of this man's power?
Then he followed us about in our hidings, begging and sorning upon us for more.
His progress is a series of jerks, and whisks, and jumps, and hidings.
When my soul is under the hidings of his countenance, can I enjoy any other good?
If they could guess,— It is so new to feel the open day(p. 314) Look in on all one's hidings, at the end.
I will pass through the approaching dreadful night, under the hidings of thy countenance, bearing away the curse from my beloved.
That journey was a tedious thing of night prowlings, hidings, and, sometimes starvings.
I will pass through the approaching dreadful night, under the hidings of Thy countenance, bearing away the curse from my beloved.