hidey–hole

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noun hid·ey–hole \ˈhī-dē-ˌhōl\
variants: or

hidy–hole

Definition of hidey–hole

Origin and Etymology of hidey–hole

alteration of earlier hiding-hole


First Known Use: 1817


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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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