He had hid under the dead horse for a long time, peeping out furtively across the common.
He was turned aside by the fire, and hid among some almost scorching heaps of broken wall as one of the Martian giants returned.
Presently, as he passed through a clump of bushes, he came to the edge of a low cliff and saw upon a ledge some fifteen feet below him a German soldier prone behind an embankment of loose rock and leafy boughs that hid
him from the view of the British lines.
In a far corner of the room a bent and wrinkled old man hid a smile behind a golden goblet of strong brew.
Through the slits in the grotesque mask she could see his eyes upon her and she guessed the sardonic smile that the mask hid.
Their hearts sank as they heard the door open and from between cracks in the vessels behind which they hid
saw a yellow-slashed Wieroo enter the room.
The Woodcutter advised him to take shelter in his own hut, so the Fox crept in and hid
himself in a corner.
He hauled the rope up and hid it, and before he went away called down to me a cheerful parting.
When Biedenbach, the German terrorist, hid with us some time later, he installed a smoke-consuming device that enabled us to sit by crackling wood fires on winter nights.
So he hid
it under the boughs of the sleeping poplar tree.
Thou hast hid
these things from the wise and prudent, and hast revealed them unto babes.
Accordingly I hid
myself in some thick underwood, determining to devote the ensuing hours to reflection on my situation.