Presently men began coming to the door to report that he had not been found, but she made him hide
and be silent until she had sent them away.
Cautiously I slipped from under the buffalo hide
, got up on my knees and peered over the side of the wagon.
There can be no outrage, methinks, against our common nature -- whatever be the delinquencies of the individual -- no outrage more flagrant than to forbid the culprit to hide
his face for shame; as it was the essence of this punishment to do.
But answer me only jest this one more -- now DON'T git mad; didn't you have it in your mind to hook the money and hide
As I looked, one of them snorted, rose and shook the dew from his hide
I am two Mowglis, but the hide
of Shere Khan is under my feet.
When he saw that his mother was going to bake, he determined to hide
Even did she know her," returned Lothario, "I would hide
nothing, for when a lover praises his lady's beauty, and charges her with cruelty, he casts no imputation upon her fair name; at any rate, all I can say is that yesterday I made a sonnet on the ingratitude of this Chloris, which goes thus:
His sword leaped forth from beneath the horse's hide
with the speed born of long practice, and before Robin had come to guard, the other had smitten at him full and foul.
I would hide
my person in the same way, were it not that daily I have to attend the office where I have to be constantly on my guard against my fellows.
The property intended to be hidden is then laid in, after having been well aired: a hide
is spread over it, and dried grass, brush, and stones thrown in, and trampled down until the pit is filled to the neck.
East and West and North and South, Wash thy hide
and close thy mouth.