remain hidden

See: elude
Mentioned in ?
References in classic literature ?
Evidently that was what Rouletabille thought, for, enjoining me to remain hidden, he clasped the trunk with his vigorous arms and climbed up.
It was decided that no time should now be lost before attempting to put our plan of escape to the test, as I could not hope to remain hidden from the Sagoths long, nor could I forever carry that bale of skins about upon my head without arousing suspicion.
Why so long dost thou remain hidden "in shady leaves of destiny"?
Darkness was coming, and at Bradley's suggestion they decided to remain hidden here until after dark and then to ascend to the roof and reconnoiter.
With the coming of the sun they saw they had stumbled upon a place where they might remain hidden from the Wieroos for a long time and also one that they could defend against these winged creatures, since the trees would shield them from an attack from above and also hamper the movements of the creatures should they attempt to follow them into the wood.
Man's future and thy own fate must remain hidden from thee, but live so that thou mayest be ready for anything.
We shall remain hidden here and give an account of ourselves to these gentlemen when they appear."
I learned it from the Tonkin pirates, who are able to remain hidden for hours in the beds of the rivers."[8]
All the information of tax evaders will be remain hidden and secret.
"Instead, horrors will remain hidden and kids will remain at risk of more harm."
Without trust and confidence, fears will become barriers to data access, knowledge will stay lost in the bowels of administrative data repositories, and the secrets for improved services will remain hidden.
How can such a person approach at least three persons and still remain hidden?