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Definition of "hiding" []

  • The state of concealment (esp in the phrase in hiding) (noun)
  • Present participle of hide. (verb)

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  • A state of concealment. (noun)
  • A place of concealment. (noun)
  • A beating or spanking. (noun)

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Use "hiding" in a sentence
  • "A still-in-production series with trades running into the double digits, Fables tells the story about the daily lives of the last surviving faerie tale heroes as they live in hiding from a man only know as The Adversary in the only place they could find refuge."
  • "Anna Magnani is magnificent as the young widow protecting her lover, who is in hiding from the Germans."
  • "Salman Rushdie is so much identified with seriousness — his choice of subjects, from Kashmir to Andalusia; his position as a literary negotiator of East and West; his decade and more of internal exile in hiding from the edict of a fanatical theocrat — that it can be easy to forget how humorous he is."