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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Phone records show that one of the calls was made from the hideout house shortly before the murders.
There is a historically accurate train (loaned from the Bavarian Railway Museum) loaded with gold bricks and hideouts where Trotskyists crank out propaganda on printing presses.
Both the government and the militants declared temporary ceasefires for the end-of-Ramadan Eid al-Fitr holiday, leading to hugs and selfies between the two sides as militants emerged from their hideouts to enter towns and cities.
The preserve includes the ranch where Jesse James’ gang members, Cole and Jim Younger, worked for a few years as part of a California hideout.
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.
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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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