Definition of hideout in English:

hideout

Line breaks: hide|out
Pronunciation: /ˈhʌɪdaʊt
 
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noun

A hiding place, especially one used by someone who has broken the law: the kidnappers did not want their hideout discovered
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  • The pair then went on the run and were only discovered at a hideout in Leeds following a nationwide manhunt after the killing.
  • One reason that no one ever discovered their hideout was because no one ever dared to stray too far into the forest.
  • The crunch of the leaves told them that their hideout would soon be discovered.
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