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Urban Dictionary: hunch

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Top Definition. hunch. To have simulated sex, like "hump." Growing up in Indiana, we used it in reference to a dog riding your leg. "Hey, lookit! Ol' Blue's hunchin' ...

hunch Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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hunch definition, meaning, what is hunch: an idea that is based on feeling and for which there is no proof: . Learn more.

Hunch | Define Hunch at Dictionary.com

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Hunch definition, to thrust out or up in a hump; arch: to hunch one's back. See more.

hunch - definition of hunch in English | Oxford Dictionaries

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Late 15th century: of unknown origin. The original meaning was 'push, shove' ( noun and verb), a sense retained now in Scots as a noun, and in US dialect as a  ...

Hunch | Definition of Hunch by Merriam-Webster

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transitive verb. 1 : jostle, shove. 2 : to thrust or bend over into a humped or crooked position. intransitive verb. 1 : to thrust oneself forward. 2 a : to assume a bent ...

Hunch - definition of hunch by The Free Dictionary

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An intuitive feeling or a premonition: had a hunch that he would lose. 2. A hump. 3. A lump or chunk: "She ... cut herself another hunch of bread" (Virginia Woolf).

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I hump his hunch for five thousand just the same," said MacDonald. Mebbe this is a case where a hunch after the draw is better'n the hunch before," Kearns ...

Hunches - definition of hunches by The Free Dictionary

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An intuitive feeling or a premonition: had a hunch that he would lose. 2. A hump. 3. A lump or chunk: "She ... cut herself another hunch of bread" (Virginia Woolf).

hunch - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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When you pose for pictures with short friends, you hunch over so you don't tower above them — you scrunch up your shoulders, bend your knees, and try to look ...

hunch | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary

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hunch | an intuitive guess or feeling | Definition, pronunciation, examples & translations.

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hunch
[huhnch]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
1.
to thrust out or up in a hump; arch: to hunch one's back.
2.
to shove, push, or jostle.
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT)
3.
to thrust oneself forward jerkily; lunge forward.
4.
to stand, sit, or walk in a bent posture.
NOUN
5.
a premonition or suspicion; guess: I have a hunch he'll run for reelection.
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