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- past participle of hide
Kept out of sight; concealed:‘hidden dangers’‘her hidden feelings’
concealed, secret, not visible, invisible, unseen, not on view, out of sight, covered, camouflaged, disguised, masked, shrouded, veiled, unrevealedView synonyms
- ‘But a hidden camera reveals the real culprit isn't even human after all.’
- ‘Chris must have caught the hidden meaning in the words because he nodded slightly.’
- ‘A hidden camera secretly takes a closeup photo of the shopper's face.’
- ‘Many hidden dangers in the home go unnoticed until it's too late.’
- ‘And third, we should know if someone's apparent political detachment is a cover for hidden beliefs that affect journalistic practice.’
- ‘The film delves into hidden family secrets, dramatising the escalation of an incestuous relationship between a brother and sister who have been recently reacquainted.’
- ‘Additionally there seems to be some type of barely hidden fear/anger/contempt/jealousy towards them.’
- ‘The hidden meaning in the Captain's words had been very clear to him.’
- ‘When my father was dying and was on his death bed, I had learned of a hidden family secret.’
- ‘Mile after mile of previously hidden landscapes can be revealed by careful interpretation and mapping.’
- ‘I looked at them, trying to gauge the hidden meaning in their words.’
- ‘We have played this album over and over and are still finding hidden treasures.’
- ‘The little Renault's front passenger seat cushion contains a useful hidden stowage compartment.’
- ‘They also are considering putting a hidden camera at the hill's car park.’
- ‘The woman glared with barely hidden anger at Morgan.’
- ‘Foreign funds have more hidden expenses because of high foreign taxes and currency costs.’
- ‘In your business warehouse where you are missing merchandise, install a hidden camera.’
- ‘Beware of the hidden dangers lurking in rivers, lakes and ponds this summer, is the message from the Environment Agency.’
- ‘Midden is a classic family drama in which hidden tensions and unpleasant secrets reveal themselves when a successful elder daughter returns to Derry City from the United States.’
- ‘While many see this as just part of being young and enjoying growing up, there is a hidden danger.’
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