Hide [verb]

Definition of Hide:

conceal; remain unseen

Opposite/Antonyms of Hide:

Sentence/Example of Hide:

Those applied to deer hide displayed much in common with the business end of the ancient stone tool, including a wavy surface and clusters of shallow grooves.

The last reported sighting was in 1953, and blue tigers were soon the stuff of legends, with not so much as a preserved hide to prove they ever existed.

The hide is roughly twice the thickness of most leather gloves, providing top-notch protection for whatever type of task you want to do.

Other stone tools and a pigment chunk buried with her likely were used to cut apart game and prepare hides.

Dixon says they already had bored their way through the tough alligator hide.

Poor Squinty ran and tried to hide under the straw, for he knew the boy was talking about him.

Instinctively he tried to hide both pain and anger—it could only increase this distance that was already there.

Consult not with him that layeth a snare for thee, and hide thy counsel from them that envy thee.

As Isabel walked carefully down the slippery stair she veiled her eyes to hide the wonder in them.

Even the stern, inflexible commander turned to hide an emotion he would have blushed to betray.