Definition of Go to ground

1. Verb. (intransitive especially of an animal) To escape into a burrow, hole, etc. when being hunted. ¹



2. Verb. (idiomatic by extension) To hide from public view or sequester oneself, especially when authorities, members of the news media, or others are looking for one. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Go To Ground

go there
go through
go through hell
go through the mill
go through the motions
go through with
go to
go to Canossa
go to Halifax
go to Putney on a pig
go to bed
go to blazes
go to extraordinary lengths
go to great lengths
go to ground (current term)
go to hell
go to pieces
go to pot
go to seed
go to sleep
go to someone's head
go to the dogs
go to the ends of the earth
go to the mat
go to the mattresses
go to the polls

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