|be in hiding||hide out|
|(Archaic) reconnaissance soldier sent on dangerous missions; concealment, hiding||perdue|
|a falling down, bend double with emotion, breakdown, crash; falling in; compression, hiding of subdirectories or libraries which are secondary to the heading of the current library (Computers), decrease in value, deflate, fail abruptly, failure or end,...||collapse|
|act of hiding in order to make a surprise attack, concealment before attack, hide before attack, hide in order to make a surprise attack, place of concealment before attack, somebody waiting in ambush||ambush|
|act of hiding, obscuration, act of hiding from view; eclipse, obscuration of one celestial body by another closer celestial body (Astronomy); hiddenness, concealment; act of disappearing from view, temporary disappearance of celestial body||occultation|
|act of turning off all the lights; power failure; loss of consciousness, loss of electric light, loss of radio communication, period of extinguishing or hiding lights, withdrawal of broadcasting, withholding of information||blackout|
|action intended to obscure, smoke hiding something||smoke screen|
|ambiguous or obscure, indicating solution indirectly, protective, secret, secret; hidden, obscure; puzzling; hiding, concealing, using codes||cryptic|
|arrow for crossbow, bar for fastening door, devour hurriedly, expel from hiding place, filter through sieve, latch; screw; flash of lighting; arrow; roll of fabric; escape, lightning flash, lock with bolt, metal pin, part of gun, prematurely produce se...||bolt|
|attacker, one who waits in hiding in order to make a surprise attack||ambusher|
|beating, hiding place; concealment, act of hiding something; act of hiding oneself; lashing, flogging, place or state of concealment||hiding|
|bring to light, drive from hiding||smoke out|
|cache memory, conceal; hide away, hidden supply, hide supply of things, hoard, stash; storage area containing data that the computer will need soon (Computers); hiding place, hold data in cache, memory for frequently used data, secret place for hiding ...||cache|
|chasing of animals from their hiding places in order to hunt them; slaughter of the helpless and innocent, driving of game in hunt, hunt using battue||battue|
|closed at one end, confuse, cover or subterfuge, done unprepared, done without looking, hide, hiding place for hunters, made on underside of fabric, make permanently blind, make temporarily blind, make unable to judge properly, make unable to see; dazz...||blind|
|collect, gather, accumulate, hidden store, hide something, hiding place, put something away, secret store of drugs||stash|
|concealed place, hiding place, hideout, shelter, secret refuge||hideaway|
|concealing, hiding, sheltering, something that covers, something that covers (i.e. blanket, coat, etc.)||covering|
|concealment, hiding behind a disguise||disguisement|
|contempt, failure to understand or see value, hiding a crime, misconduct by a public official; concealment of a crime; contempt, disregard, sedition, wrongdoing in official duties||misprision|
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