hide-and-seek


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hide-and-seek

(US and Canadian), hide-and-go-seek
a game in which one player covers his eyes and waits while the others hide, and then he tries to find them
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I won't quote from the poem because it needs to be read as a whole for its effect: Jesus and his sayings appear in tantalizing snatches, then disappear into an ellipsis or a half-gone word, in a teasing game of hide-and-seek.
Arnason's History of Modern Art (1998) dropped not only its color plate of Hide-and-Seek but all mention of the artist's name.
The hide-and-seek approach to history found in the dust jacket characterizes the prose sections of the book as well.
Hide-and-Seek Dragons is an Usborne Touchy-Feely picturebook featuring stiff pages like a board book, flaps that young people can lift and search under, and perhaps most amazingly, a wide variety of different surfaces to touch, from fur to reflective fabric to scaly dragon bellies and much more.