hidey-hole


Also found in: Wikipedia.

hid·ey-hole

 (hī′dē-hōl′)
n. Informal
A secluded or isolated place; a hideaway.

hid′ey-hole`

(ˈhaɪ di)

n. Informal.
[1810–20]
Translations

hidey-hole

[ˈhaɪdɪhəʊl] Nescondite m, escondrijo m

hidey-hole

n (inf)Versteck nt
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The child would show up in some hidey-hole, hungry and weepy, wondering at all the attention she had aroused.
If you used to drive to White Hart Lane, and you knew of a street parking hidey-hole where the traffic wardens couldn't touch you, it's probably gone.
An otherwise redundant cupboard can be converted into a doggy hidey-hole (allowing your pup to remain tucked out of the way yet still on hand to tidy up any dropped food remnants).
Make no mistake, he still surfs and he has his own hidey-hole in the surfing town of San Juan.
She said: "I'd put the leg in its usual hidey-hole, which is only accessible from the water or by lying face down on the jetty.
If you had a pile of dirt in your yard, he may excavate that for a hidey-hole, but that is less common in small dogs than in large Northern breeds.
For this is a hidey-hole for meat lovers, for taste gurus, for those with, shall we say, the larger appetite, and those wanting some culinary passion injecting into taste buds that crave affection.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- While experimenting with virtual reality for his latest project, "The Walking Dead" executive producer David Alpert and his crew relied on a very old-school form of technology when filming in 360 degrees: the hidey-hole.
4PM Wily raccoon RJ has a week to replace the snacks he stole from a hibernating bear's hidey-hole. The frantic antic rules of 'toons are inventively applied as gags pile up a mile high.
OVER THE HEDGE BBC1 4PM Wily raccoon RJ has a week to replace the snacks he stole from a hibernating bear's hidey-hole. The frantic antic rules of 'toons are inventively applied as gags pile up a mile high.
But then he and Buddy the rat discover it is also a hidey-hole for the stash belonging to a gang of human bank robbers.