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She hid the key in the drawer.
I wanted to hide his present from him until his birthday.
He ran and hid behind a bush.
I just want to hide in my room until they all go home.
Robert is hiding from us.
She had helped an army deserter by hiding him from the military police.
There was a piece of moldy cheese hiding at the back of the fridge.
Marge's face was hidden by her hair.
Dark clouds hid the sun.
She watched until a bend in the road hid them from sight.
I knew I had to hide my feelings.
He could not hide his disappointment.
She hid a smile as she watched him struggle.
You can't hide from your feelings forever.
Some parents may try to hide from the reality of the situation.
This is the American English definition of hide. View British English definition of hide.
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