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hide +‎ away



hideaway (plural hideaways)

  1. a hiding place, somewhere one can go to get away from other people
    This weekend, let's find some romantic hideaway on the coast.


hideaway (not comparable)

  1. Capable of being stored out of sight when not in use.
    • 1980, Making of America Project, House Beautiful: Volume 122
      Furnishings by Stanley Furniture Co. include [] a trundle bed with hideaway mattress that provides space for two overnight guests.
    • 2006, Dr Ben Lerner, Angle of Yaw, page 53:
      Thomas Jefferson, who held the first United States patent on a hideaway bed, devised a system of elevating and securing the bed to the ceiling.