variants: or less commonly hidy-hole
Definition of hidey-hole
: an area or space used as a hiding place Payday in Iraq means taking home a wodge of notes from your boss and shoving it under your bed or into some hidey-hole before finding time to visit your local bank to make a deposit. — The Economist
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