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hideaway

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhideawayhide‧a‧way /ˈhaɪdəweɪ/ noun [countable]  ALONEa place where you can go when you want to be alone
Examples from the Corpus
hideawayI am nowhere, suspended in a hideaway.It is not a cradle or a hideaway.She has even visited Cyrus' hideaway, a teepee.He had been surprised that they had discovered the Catherine Palace hideaway.Army regulations prohibit public displays of affection by soldiers, and private hideaways are hard to come by.a romantic hideaway in the mountainsShe began climbing, until she too reached the sorceress Zenaida's hideaway in the clouds.His wife and children were released by immigration officials and taken to a secret hideaway.
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