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  • adjective Kept in a hutch.


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hutch +‎ -ed


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  • Put teh pinny gigs in teh baff (wivowt warder) so Ai cud get teh crap owta tehre hutched (lidderally)

    … but not over here –> - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • A lad of four or five in linseywoolsey (blossomtime but there will be cheer in the kindly hearth when ere long the bowls are gathered and hutched) is standing on the urn secured by that circle of girlish fond hands.


  • "I know the taste of wild bunny from hutched, and this little coney never saw the inside of a wire enclosure in his life!"

    The Gates Of Sleep

  • And if this be true, and the materialists will not deny but rather affirm it, then the inter-uterine conditions of matter, in the case of all animals (the mastodon included), as well as the inter-cellular conditions in the case of all plant-life, must have existed, with their necessary environments, somewhere and at some time, in the all-hutched laboratory of nature.

    Life: Its True Genesis

  • And build their young ones their hutched nurseries;

    Georgian Poetry 1920-22

  • She hutched the all-worshiped ore and precious gems,

    Comus, a Mask

  • For a few seconds, as he paced the floor, Jones was in the mental condition of a dog in proximity to a hutched badger.

    The Man Who Lost Himself

  • The boys and Herbert would have been content to sit with their shoulders hutched up, staring at their boots, going every quarter of an hour to the front-door to see if it were raining as hard there as it was out of the salon window, and Evelyn only wanted to be left in silence with her headache.

    The Third Miss Symons

  • She saw no more of him till the carrier brought home to her, on the Sunday morning, a starved and pallid object -- 'gone clean silly, an hutched thegither like an owd man o' seventy -- he bein fifty-six by his reet years. '

    The History of David Grieve

  • Now then, Bob, don't sit there hutched up like a wet monkey.

    Fitz the Filibuster


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