hide-and-seek hide-and-seek

Definition(s):

  • (n) a game in which a child covers his eyes while the other players hide then tries to find them

Usage(s):

  1. Sometimes when he plays hide-and-seek, no one even comes to find him.
  2. Children are playing hide-and-seek in the underbrush.
  3. Israel may have a technological superiority over Hizballah, but in the hide-and-seek dynamic of a guerrilla war, tanks and air strikes aren' t always enough.

News

  1. Food for thought: Let Jesus Christ protect you from the devil

    How many of you who are parents can remember your children playing hide-and-seek and one of your kids running to you and asking you to help them hide from the others?
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Opelousas Daily World

  2. Get your shot, you don't want to mess with tetanus

    Summer weather means more time outside working, playing and savoring the sunshine. Sometimes it results in extra scrapes and scratches from grabby blackberry vines or rusty nails playing hide-and-seek. At some point, there is an injury that makes you wonder: Do I need a tetanus shot for that?
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Everett Herald

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Quotes

  • Conservatives want to avoid an election, but won't be beaten into impractical or unaffordable "back room deals," Baird said. "What Canadians are expecting us to do is show up for work and do our jobs -- not play hide-and-seek and not play...
    on Sep 12, 2009 By: John Baird Source: London Free Press

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