Examples of hideout in a Sentence
police found the stolen jewels under the floorboards in the thief's hideout, a cabin deep in the woods
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Many Chamaleños fled to the mountains in the north to a hideout called Lonesome Cove.
Radio traffic crackled from the surveillance units surrounding the house the Texas Rangers tagged as their hideout.
And if all else fails, The Rain season 2 could simply be about the construction of Sten’s super-villain hideout. Because, damn, that place is amazing.
These outposts off the Tamiami Trail (US 41) have a legendary past as fishing village, smuggler's haven and hideout to more than a few notorious characters.
Built in 1888, the hotel is condemned and closed to the public, and was once reportedly a gangster hideout where Al Capone was said to have visited.
Al-Adel is known to readers of The Christian Science Monitor as the place where correspondent Jill Carroll was kidnapped by Al Qaeda operatives on Jan. 7, 2006, and spirited to six different hideouts while being held captive for 82 days.
Japanese police have deployed hundreds of policemen in pursuit of a jail breaker who landed on a tiny island near Hiroshima with abundant hideouts, some 1,000 vacant homes left behind as the island population aged and shrunk.
The Tongva People living around the Santa Ana River called the devils’ hideout east of the river’s source in the San Bernardino Mountains the Camp of the Takwis, pronounced the same as the Tahquitz known to the Cahuilla of Agua Caliente.
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HIDEOUT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hideout for English Language Learners
: a place where someone (such as a criminal) hides to avoid being found or captured
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