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Alternative clues for the word hutch
A cage (usually made of wood and wire mesh) for small animals
Small crude shelter used as a dwelling
Open-shelved china cabinet
Word definitions for hutch in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ A few hens pecked between the cobbles and rabbits scuffled in hutches along one of the dry-stone walls. ▪ Inside are quirky old settees, painted chests and weathered wood hutches brimming with fragrant soaps and candles. ▪ Mazelike...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Hutch \Hutch\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Hutched ; p. pr. & vb. n. Hutching .] To hoard or lay up, in a chest. [R.] ``She hutched the . . . ore.'' --Milton. (Mining) To wash (ore) in a box or jig.
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 A cage in which a rabbit or rabbits are kept. 2 A piece of furniture in which items may be displayed. 3 A measure of two Winchester bushels. 4 (context mining English) The case of a flour bolt. 5 (context mining English) A car on low wheels, in which...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
c.1200, "storage chest" (also applied to the biblical "ark of God"), from Old French huche , from Medieval Latin hutica "chest," of uncertain origin. Sense of "cupboard for food or dishes" first recorded 1670s; that of "box-like pen for an animal" is from...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. a cage (usually made of wood and wire mesh) for small animals small crude shelter used as a dwelling [syn: hovel , hut , shack , shanty ]
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Hutch may refer to:
Usage examples of hutch.
Hutch tied it securely around the capacitor, knotted it, and looked up.
Hutch assisted, and the line lifted the capacitor out of its compartment and hauled it clear of the spacecraft.
Georgia saw the rostler knew what she was doing and the hutch hands were reliable, she left Thumper and Clumper with them without too many regrets.
A little pipe coiled away behind the hutches and disappeared over the railings into the boiler below.
The gerbil was installed in a hutch on the tight balcony of the side window which faced east and received the sun until almost afternoon.
Inside these ugly, unaccommodating hutches, man and domestic beast -- goat, ox, pig, dog -- stake equal squatting rights to the smoky and disordered hearths, although the dogs often grow rabid and rush frothing through the rutted streets like streams in spate.
Two months before, Pete had retired the previous Bonkers to a small but well apportioned hutch out in his garage to live out the rest of his life in comfort.
Hutch Maddon built on the site of the Strock cabin deteriorated with years of careless renters and in 1973 Jerry Garrett had it torn down.
In one hutch there was a poor ragged old eagle owl, evidently quite miserable and neglected: in another a small boy unknown to them, a wittol who could only roll his eyes and burble when the witch came near.
Some people claim that kangaroos and emus still survived, freed from their hutches by the shelling, and could be seen wandering free in the city late at night.
He fiddled with the flybelt, lifted, turned toward the center of town and the hutch.
Tom slipped the garrote from his pocket, disposed of the man without trouble, took his keys, and manhandled the limp body into the bottom cabinet of a built-in china hutch where nobody was likely to look.
Only in the jealous vocabularies of the Homebodies, so long tied to their hutches and routines that the scope of mind and emotion had narrowed to fit their microcosm.
Hutch, Nightingale, and Kellie returned to the tunnel to recommence digging, while Chiang took over guard duty at the entrance and Toni went up to the roof.
He treated Kellie and Hutch as if they were lackeys and gofers, persons whose sole purpose was to make the world comfortable for people like himself.