Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [h'aɪdz]
Stupidity is brief and artless, while intelligence wriggles and hides itself.
"It hides our preparations, and will be dispersed only when they are finished.
She hides herself once more, ready to bleed a second gleaner should the occasion offer.
Great herds of buffalo were slaughtered to get the hides, which were of comparatively slight value.
The fellow has found some cavern or secret vale of which we do not know where he hides in the day."
At the piers will be noticed bags of coffee and cocoa beans, great quantities of rubber and piles of hides.
These they shot, or trapped in pitfalls, using the flesh for food, and, after their clothes wore out, the hides for clothing.
Not a life shall be blotted out in the darkness tonight; but the great shadow of the tree which hides you from the light of heaven shall be swept away.
A retired sea captain hides inland, with no companions but a grinning sailor and his blind housekeeper --except his pale wife, of course; and she is described as sad and unhappy.
But these two desires only intermingle in the innermost depths of his soul: he carefully hides from every eye the point at which they join; he would fain conceal it from himself.