from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. Scots To fidget.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To move irregularly up and down.
- v. To swarm (with).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To shake; jolt; shake in order to separate, as beans from peas after they are threshed together.
- To drive (cattle).
- To shake; move by sudden jerks or starts.
- To limp.
- To be restless.
The composite I now show is what I call a hotch-pot composite; its use is to form a standard whence deviations towards any particular sub-type may be conveniently gauged.
The cuisine for the evening includes traditional Celtic dishes such as hotch potch, tattie soup, Irish stuffed leg of lamb, ale bread, bannocks, potatoes and more.
These children had no effective catalyst to turn a hotch-potch of letters and words into meaningful information.
Briana shivered in the 90⁰ heat, jumping with hotch scotch feet over puddled corners.
But of our hotch-potch of nationalities fore and aft there is no person who catches an inkling of their language or nationality.
The hotch-potch of influences is reflected in their suburban New York home where we meet, a large house set in its own thick greenery in an area of real estate where residents are surely more familiar with hedge funds and stock fluctuations than fistulas or honour killings.
Edit an ever increasingly marginalised hotch potch of ID supporters.
This DI loon is aiming this most recent speel at an ever increasingly marginalised hotch potch of ID supporters.
The Brown affair has now for some time been a hotch-potch of all the wrongs attributed to it by fmr.
It was only when we reached the U.S. that it occurred to me how neat and tidy America looks from the air compared with the U.K. which is a complete disorganised higgledy-piggledy patchwork hotch-potch.
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