verb. ['ˈhɪtʃ'] to hook or entangle.
- regulation time
- work time
Words that Rhyme with Hitch
Example sentences of the word hitch
1. Noun, singular or mass
But their interactions with fellow mice don't always go off without a hitch.
2. Verb, base form
The larvae often surreptitiously hitch a ride on someone's clothing or in a grocery bag.
Quotes containing the word hitch
1. Daddy,"I whispered, feeling my own breath hitch in my throat. "I love you."Just when I was sure he was asleep, the one corner of his mouth lifted in a smile. "I knew that,"he murmured. "Always knew that.
- Morgan Matson, Second Chance Summer
verb. ['ˈhɪtʃ'] jump vertically, with legs stiff and back arched.
verb. ['ˈhɪtʃ'] walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury.
noun. ['ˈhɪtʃ'] a period of time spent in military service.
- tour of duty
- time period
- period of time
- term of enlistment
noun. ['ˈhɪtʃ'] the uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg.
noun. ['ˈhɪtʃ'] a connection between a vehicle and the load that it pulls.
- go on
noun. ['ˈhɪtʃ'] a knot that can be undone by pulling against the strain that holds it; a temporary knot.
- sheet bend
- weaver's hitch
- timber hitch
- weaver's knot
- becket bend
- Blackwall hitch
- rolling hitch
noun. ['ˈhɪtʃ'] an unforeseen obstacle.
noun. ['ˈhɪtʃ'] any obstruction that impedes or is burdensome.
- speed bump
noun. ['ˈhɪtʃ'] the state of inactivity following an interruption.
- continuant consonant