|one who conceals himself, one who hides||hider|
|bark for ground coverage, circus ring, tan, tan oak, tree bark that is rich in tannin (used for dying hides), tree bark used as tannin||tanbark|
|brightly colored hides||saffian|
|Christian pilgrim from the Middle Ages; religious pilgrim; cheater, one who conceals cards (in a card game), medieval pilgrim, palmer worm||palmer|
|confined place, device for removing water from hides, place where somebody sweats||sweatbox|
|conical tent constructed from animal hides supported by long poles (used by American Indians), tepee||teepee|
|group of foxes, hide for sinister purpose, move furtively, move in a stealthy manner, sneak about; hide out, lurk; avoid work or responsibility, one who lurks, one who hides out; one who sneaks about; one who avoids work or responsibility, shirk, someb...||skulk|
|makeup for hiding blemishes, person or thing that hides, somebody or something that conceals||concealer|
|masquer, one who wears a disguise; one who puts on a mask; one who conceals something for the purpose of protection, somebody wearing costume mask||masker|
|of or pertaining to tannin, derived from tannin (substance used in tanning hides and in medicine), of tannin||tannic|
|one who alters his appearance, one who conceals his appearance||disguiser|
|one who camouflages, one who conceals through disguise||camouflager|
|one who hides himself on a ship or airplane in order to secure free transportation, somebody who stows away||stowaway|
|one who lurks, one who hides out; one who sneaks about; one who avoids work or responsibility||skulker|
|one who removes skins; tanner, one who prepares hides; leather merchant, one who sells hides and pelts; policeman, cop, fuzz (Slang), somebody who skins, Western U.S.}: mule driver||skinner|
|one who tans hides, one who makes animal hides into leather, somebody who tans hides||tanner|
|person or thing that sorts or filters; one who covers, camouflager; one who hides, concealer||screener|
|place for tanning hides, place where animal hides are tanned||tannery|
|plant chemical used in tanning, substance derived from certain plants (used in tanning hides and in medicine), tannic acid||tannin|
|section of a house below the roof; low wall at the top of a classical building which hides the roof; upper section of the tympanic cavity of the ear (Anatomy)||attic|
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