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Spell check of hide

Correct spelling: hide

track, befog, screen, fell, camouflage, mist, cut across, overcompensate, fur, handle, hold back, epidermis, integument, tuck away, fog, pass over, obliterate, plant, coat, keep back, blot out, depart, evanesce, haze over, flee, wrap up, shoot down, block, underwrite, hide out, shut off, address, show, protect, confuse, hush, tegument, secrete, enshroud, put away, crocodile, deerskin, ignore, cutis, fly, brood, vanish, stow, cache, harbor, censor, repress, obstruct, cowhide, spread over, slip, blind, occult, manage, bedim, store away, lie low, veil, membrane, shroud, pelt, tuck, cover, obscure, rind, deal with, bottle up, becloud, cover up, leather, suppress, buckskin, encompass, get over, plow, skin, peel, calfskin, shade, blur, comprehend, cross, entomb, sink, chamois, kid, garage, hatch, dissolve, overcloud, efface, disappear, disguise, dermis, dismiss, get across, bury, cloak, dissemble, submerge, compensate, felled seam, report, cloud, insure, wipe out, cut through, treat, master, jacket, extend, deal, melt, mask, breed, ensconce, pigskin, continue, keep mum, curtain, embrace, not at all, stash, inter, hold in, evaporate, incubate, conceal, fade, cuticle, overlay, goatskin, spurn, push aside, turn down, traverse, overwhelm, nothing, obnubilate, go.

lay open, disclose, disinter, make known, lay bare, unmask, raise, expose, promulgate, show, advertise, admit, reveal, unveil, betray, publish, tell, exhibit, uncover, exhume, confess, manifest, divulge, avow, discover.

Examples of usage:

1) " Yes, I thought it a pity she should hide anything so good as her shoulders," answered her son thoughtfully. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

2) What made you hide yourself here, Jane? - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

3) Let me hide my face. - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.