hidy-hole

hidy-hole

(ˈhaɪdɪˌhəʊl) or

hidey-hole

n
informal a hiding place
Translations

hidy-hole

n (inf)Versteck nt
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Commissioners should emerge from their hidy-hole of indecision and commit to using a portion of the $44 million in federal timber payments the county will receive over the next four years to expand the county's appallingly inadequate inventory of jail beds.
But he spotted a hidy-hole that was to be his salvation.
I love all the hidy-holes where people put on shows that you discover.
Thus marked the beginnings of a veritable Northeast Passage through which millions and millions of $$$ were to wend their merry way through a maze of hidy-holes concealed behind false panels and fake fireplaces (where the I.