hideaway

[hahyd-uh-wey]
noun
1.
a place to which a person can retreat for safety, privacy, relaxation, or seclusion; refuge: His hideaway is in the mountains.
adjective
3.
hidden; concealed; a hideaway compartment for luggage.

Origin:
1870–75; noun, adj. use of verb phrase (transitive) hide (something) away or (intransitive) hide away

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hideaway (ˈhaɪdəˌweɪ)
 
n
a hiding place or secluded spot

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Example sentences
The facility has the look of a perfect hideaway from which to observe planets
  and stars.
It turns with the salmon in its teeth and runs straight uphill to some unseen
  hideaway.
The fly then completes its development using the ant's head as a safe hideaway.
The couches and viewing gallery make for the perfect hideaway.
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