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Definition of "hides" []

  • Unable to see; sightless (adjective)
  • (as collective noun; preceded by the) (adjective)
  • Unable or unwilling to understand or discern (adjective)
  • Not based on evidence or determined by reason (adjective)
  • Acting or performed without control or preparation (adjective)
  • Done without being able to see, relying on instruments for information (adjective)
  • Hidden from sight (adjective)
  • Closed at one end (adjective)
  • Completely lacking awareness or consciousness (adjective)
  • Very drunk (adjective)
  • Having no openings or outlets (adjective)
  • Without having been seen beforehand (adjective)
  • (of cultivated plants) having failed to produce flowers or fruits (adjective)
  • (intensifier) (adjective)
  • Without being able to see ahead or using only instruments (adverb)
  • Without adequate knowledge or information; carelessly (adverb)
  • (intensifier) (in the phrase blind drunk) (adverb)
  • To deprive of sight permanently or temporarily (verb)
  • To deprive of good sense, reason, or judgment (verb)
  • To darken; conceal (verb)
  • To overwhelm by showing detailed knowledge (verb)
  • To drive very fast (verb)
  • To curse (esp in the phrase effing and blinding) (verb)
  • For or intended to help blind and partially sighted people (noun)
  • A shade for a window, usually on a roller (noun)
  • Any obstruction or hindrance to sight, light, or air (noun)
  • A person, action, or thing that serves to deceive or conceal the truth (noun)
  • A person who acts on behalf of someone who does not wish his identity or actions to be known (noun)
  • A drunken orgy; binge (noun)
  • A stake put up by a player before he examines his cards (noun)
  • A screen of brush or undergrowth, in which hunters hide to shoot their quarry (noun)
  • A round or demolition charge that fails to explode (noun)
  • Plural form of hide. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hide. (verb)

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Use "hides" in a sentence
  • "Whereas other games in the LEGO franchise forced players to replay each stage multiple times with different characters to track down all the goodies, this title hides everything in plain sight, giving you ample reason to explore all the nooks and crannies in the hub."
  • "Having suffered a bone-crushing defeat on health care the republicants are figuring about now that the only thing that will save their putrid hides is a terror strike."
  • "Sarah Palin hides her ignorance with sarcasm which is why her speaches drip with snide remarks."