well-hidden

well-hidden

adj (well hidden when postpositive)
having been concealed to make discovery difficult or impossible
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Buy high quality garment bags to guard higher-value hanging items and thoroughly vacuum your wardrobe to expel well-hidden larvae.
Well-hidden pioneering secrets and tricks will be presented through hands-on experience, giving professional Cypriot pastry chefs and other professionals the opportunity to learn the most up-to-date and future trends in confectionary creation.
For example, "Flight Service, Bugsmasher 12345, listening over Smashedbug VOR." The accompanying image explaining all this is from that obscure and well-hidden reference known as a sectional chart legend.
No place has more than three months of photos to give: Andaluz, ma and child in a well-hidden caravan have a story too long to tell.
If you are looking for a charming, quiet cafe in central Jeddah, the well-hidden Layla's Gourmet is the ideal place.
"I (used to) set up on banks of lakes, but now some of the shoreline is off-limits and the cover in the water is not enough for hiding, so I needed a stable, well-hidden boat blind."
OTHER DISASTERS: It's a good idea to snap a few pics of your passport and travel documents and save them under a well-hidden file on your phone or online?
However, it's pretty well-hidden so it's not surprising why not everyone knows about it.
Those who find the well-hidden rooms in the house are the ones who become the leaders, those who have hidden in the walls, the slaves (establishment of caste systems as ingrained order).
The Japanese capital is home to any number of well-hidden treasures that will be revealed only to residents and travelers who find their way off the beaten track with the help that "Secret Tokyo" has to offer them.