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
Recent Examples of hideout from the Web
Some in the area of about 400,000 people have sought sanctuary in underground hideouts, and food has been scarce since government forces wrested control of tunnels used to smuggle supplies.
The Interior Ministry in Gaza said the suspect, Anas Abu Khousa, 26, refused to surrender when Hamas surrounded his hideout.
The team was ordered to press on to that location, hoping to collect any information left behind that might offer clues about Cheffou's hideouts and network.
The images of the early-morning assault of the hideout under attack with rocket launchers and assault rifles circulated through social media, shocking Venezuelans and members of the international community.
The missiles are able to reach locations a little over 300 miles away, and are allegedly able to target underground facilities accurately—including North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's hideouts.
Some 200 feet long and 20 feet wide, the half-cylindrical hideout was built in the 1940s and has remained largely untouched since it was renovated in the 1970s.
The long-secret, surprisingly humble hideout for Britain’s most precious royal baubles was uncovered by a documentary crew and made public Friday.
For those looking to transfer out of the fast fashion cycle and nab some jeans that will last for ages, this basement hideout in River Market should be your next stop.
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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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