hide-and-seek


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Synonyms for hide-and-seek

a game in which a child covers his eyes while the other players hide then tries to find them

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Mary, Joanna and Mary did not invent the ancient ritual of hide-and-seek, of course.
I won't quote from the poem because it needs to be read as a whole for its effect: Jesus and his sayings appear in tantalizing snatches, then disappear into an ellipsis or a half-gone word, in a teasing game of hide-and-seek.
Once upon a time, Pavel Tchelitchew's giant fairy tale of a painting, Hide-and-Seek, 1940-42, was firmly enshrined in MOMA'S pantheon.
Preschool-age children feel at home with emotions, from the volcanic anger that fuels temper tantrums to the spontaneous glee evoked by a game of hide-and-seek.
The hide-and-seek approach to history found in the dust jacket characterizes the prose sections of the book as well.