Hiding in a sentence as a noun

People need to show up and work and interact with their peers, instead of hiding at home and people not knowing wtf is going on with them.

The main problem is not that of hiding your browsing from an employer, but having the self control to work rather than browsing.

That seems like a much greater controversy to me than Facebook hiding people's email addresses.

I also saw someone held down by four guys, who performed **** surgery on him with a sharpened spoon to extract ***** he was hiding.

I've always felt the culture of hiding salaries was doing a significant disservice to employees.

But it really feels like a social band-aid, a temporary solution hiding the symptoms but not the underlying problem.

As another idea, the quote in the link suggests that "maybe the extra anti-electrons are hiding in the protons or something".

There's no excuse for not hiding your administrative tools, generally the soft underbelly of the whole smash, from the Internet.

If Manning had, say, only released extremely strong evidence of war crimes, I might agree that hiding that evidence was itself unlawful.

"Given the right flavor of influence from our community, we can only hope that he will decide to return the coins with integrity as opposed to hiding like a coward.

It's always helpful when clients give unambiguous signs of unreasonable insanity upfront instead of hiding it until you're halfway through the project.

Hiding definitions


the activity of keeping something secret

See also: concealment concealing


the state of being hidden; "he went into hiding"