hidey-hole

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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
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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.
To nobody's surprise but Stew's, the revenooers easily found all the hidy-holes.