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Synonyms for hide

conceal

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go into hiding

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keep secret

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Synonyms for hide

to put or keep out of sight

to prevent (something) from being known

to conceal in obscurity

hide out: to shut oneself up in secrecy

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the skin of an animal

to punish with blows or lashes

Synonyms for hide

the dressed skin of an animal (especially a large animal)

body covering of a living animal

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be or go into hiding

cover as if with a shroud

make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing

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At an earlier hearing Hide had maintained his innocence, claiming he had acted as a peacemaker.
It is impossible to discuss Hide without reference to the beating he took as a youngster against Riddick Bowe.
Spread frosting deep over hide and let set overnight.
Sole leather, full grain & grain split (except offal & welting), cattle hide & kip side
Klitschko was slow to let his big shots go but Hide felt them early in the second round and couldn't survive.
Using every conceivable trick to hide it," Egan said, "DOE called it 'privileged,' 'preliminary,' and 'not relevant' to licensing.
Open the folder containing the files you want to hide.
Hide & Seek allows retail employees to generate reports and re-create e-transaction data in real-time, including copies of past receipts with customer signatures.
4) Which twenty-one of the hides are used by two hiders?
You can use this trick to hide any apps or folders.
Giving slips for animal hides and establishing camps for hide collection would also be banned.
The average price of goat hide in the market was round Rs 750-990 this Eid which was Rs 113 less than the last year's price, said a trader.
Rawalpindi, Oct 26 ( ANI ): In a blatant violation of government law, banned outfits in Pakistan, including Hafiz Saeed's Jamaatud Dawa (JuD), have openly installed banners across the city seeking sacrificial animal hides despite a ban on collection of animal hides.