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ambuscade to attack from hiding; ambush. [1/3 definitions]
ambush the act of hiding so as to attack by surprise. [1/4 definitions]
blackout the extinguishing or hiding of all the lights of a city or region, as in a power failure or air raid. [1/4 definitions]
burrow a hole or tunnel dug by certain animals, such as rabbits, for use as a hiding place or dwelling. [1/5 definitions]
bushwhack to attack from a hiding place; ambush. [1/2 definitions]
cache a hiding place for treasures or supplies, esp. in the ground. [1/3 definitions]
concealment the act of hiding something from sight, or the condition of being hidden from sight. [2 definitions]
covert a hiding place or covered shelter, esp. a thicket or other natural place for wildlife. [1/3 definitions]
coverture a cover, disguise, or hiding place. [1/2 definitions]
cryptic in zoology, suited to hiding or concealing. [1/3 definitions]
hideaway a place suitable for hiding; hideout. [1/3 definitions]
hideout a place suitable for hiding, esp. from the police.
openly in a way that involves no hiding or lying.
out of the woodwork (informal) out of hiding or concealment, esp. unexpectedly.
peek to look quickly or furtively, often through a small opening or from a hiding place; glance; peep. [2/3 definitions]
peep1 to look quickly or furtively, often through a narrow opening or from a hiding place. [1/5 definitions]
seclusion the act of isolating or hiding away, or the condition of being thus secluded. [1/2 definitions]
shell an attitude, manner, or state of mind that results in hiding one's feelings or avoiding human interactions. [1/12 definitions]
shield to protect by or as if by hiding or concealing (someone). [1/7 definitions]
skulk to hide or wait in hiding; lurk. [2/3 definitions]
surface to come into the open from hiding. [1/10 definitions]