[hahyd-n-seek] /ˈhaɪd nˈsik/

one of a variety of children’s games in which, according to specified rules, one player gives the others a chance to hide and then attempts to find them.
a game in which one player covers his eyes and waits while the others hide, and then he tries to find them


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