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  3  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Hide  \Hide\  (h[imac]d),  v.  t.  [imp.  {Hid}  (h[i^]d);  p.  p. 
  {Hidden}  (h[i^]d"d'n),  {Hid};  p.  pr  &  vb  n.  {Hiding} 
  (h[imac]d"[i^]ng).]  [OE.  hiden,  huden,  AS  h[=y]dan;  akin  to 
  Gr  key`qein,  and  prob.  to  E.  house,  hut,  and  perh.  to  E. 
  hide  of  an  animal,  and  to  hoard.  Cf  {Hoard}.] 
  1.  To  conceal,  or  withdraw  from  sight;  to  put  out  of  view;  to 
  secrete. 
 
  A  city  that  is  set  on  an  hill  can  not  be  hid. 
  --Matt.  v.  15. 
 
  If  circumstances  lead  me  I  will  find  Where  truth  is 
  hid.  --Shak. 
 
  2.  To  withhold  from  knowledge;  to  keep  secret;  to  refrain 
  from  avowing  or  confessing. 
 
  Heaven  from  all  creatures  hides  the  book  of  fate. 
  --Pope. 
 
  3.  To  remove  from  danger;  to  shelter. 
 
  In  the  time  of  trouble  he  shall  hide  me  in  his 
  pavilion.  --Ps.  xxvi.  5. 
 
  {To  hide  one's  self},  to  put  one's  self  in  a  condition  to  be 
  safe;  to  secure  protection.  ``A  prudent  man  foreseeth  the 
  evil,  and  hideth  himself.''  --Prov.  xxii.  3. 
 
  {To  hide  the  face},  to  withdraw  favor.  ``Thou  didst  hide  thy 
  face,  and  I  was  troubled.''  --Ps.  xxx.  7. 
 
  {To  hide  the  face  from}. 
  a  To  overlook;  to  pardon.  ``Hide  thy  face  from  my 
  sins.''  --Ps.  li  9. 
  b  To  withdraw  favor  from  to  be  displeased  with 
 
  Syn:  To  conceal;  secrete;  disguise;  dissemble;  screen;  cloak; 
  mask;  veil.  See  {Conceal}. 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Hidden  \Hid"den\,  p.  p.  &  a. 
  from  {Hide}.  Concealed;  put  out  of  view;  secret;  not  known 
  mysterious. 
 
  {Hidden  fifths}  or  {octaves}  (Mus.),  consecutive  fifths  or 
  octaves,  not  sounded,  but  suggested  or  implied  in  the 
  parallel  motion  of  two  parts  towards  a  fifth  or  an  octave. 
 
  Syn:  {Hidden},  {Secret},  {Covert}. 
 
  Usage:  Hidden  may  denote  either  known  to  on  one  as  a  hidden 
  disease;  or  intentionally  concealed;  as  a  hidden 
  purpose  of  revenge.  Secret  denotes  that  the  thing  is 
  known  only  to  the  party  or  parties  concerned;  as  a 
  secret  conspiracy.  Covert  literally  denotes  what  is 
  not  open  or  avowed;  as  a  covert  plan  but  is  often 
  applied  to  what  we  mean  shall  be  understood,  without 
  openly  expressing  it  as  a  covert  allusion.  Secret  is 
  opposed  to  known  and  hidden  to  revealed. 
 
  Bring  to  light  the  hidden  things  of  darkness. 
  --1  Cor.  iv 
  5. 
 
  My  heart,  which  by  a  secret  harmony  Still  moves 
  with  thine,  joined  in  connection  sweet. 
  --Milton. 
 
  By  what  best  way  Whether  of  open  war,  or  covert 
  guile,  We  now  debate.  --Milton. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  hidden 
  adj  1:  not  accessible  to  view;  "concealed  (or  hidden)  damage";  "in 
  stormy  weather  the  stars  are  out  of  sight"  [syn:  {concealed}, 
  {out  of  sight}] 
  2:  covered  from  view;  "her  face  buried  (or  hidden)  in  her 
  hands";  "a  secret  buried  deep  within  herself"  [syn:  {buried}] 
  3:  designed  to  elude  detection;  "a  hidden  room  or  place  of 
  concealment  such  as  a  priest  hole";  "a  secret  passage"; 
  "the  secret  compartment  in  the  desk"  [syn:  {secret}] 
  4:  difficult  to  find  "hidden  valleys";  "a  hidden  cave";  "an 
  obscure  retreat"  [syn:  {obscure}] 




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