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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of hunch.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having the back and shoulders rounded; not erect; -- of people.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having the back and shoulders rounded; not erect
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They are already able to make Euphoria-based characters mimic a range of emotions, but the aim is to seed data from real people, to actually train the engine to procedurally generate emotional actions and reactions such as hunched shoulders for sadness, or a puffed out chest for aggression.
In '04, I offered to help a very elderly, kind of hunched-over woman in Issaquah who was having trouble finding the strength to raise her car's trunk to get something out of it.
And thus the Washington Post column on David's congressional testimony, where he is described "hunched" and said to have "barked," "growled" and "snarled" -- language you would use to describe an animal.
What we could see a store manager just kind of hunched over, standing up, sitting down, just in a daze at that point.
Dr. Abou El Fadl looked, by the way, nothing like the image evoked by "Egyptian dissident," being kind of hunched over, diffident, mumbly, and short.
And to me it's very disturbing to me it's to hear that she was sitting kind of hunched up in a ball all drawn in on herself.
About his shoulders was flung a scarlet blanket, consisting of the identical broadcloth from which the British army tunics are made; this he "hunched" with his shoulders from time to time in true Indian fashion.
He sat back in the open coach, "hunched" together in an ungainly heap, looking neither to the right nor the left, evincing no consciousness of the existence of the shouting throngs that lined the pavements ten deep, other than by raising, with the lifeless precision of a mechanical toy, the cocked hat he wore as part of the uniform of a British colonel.
He was wearing like a black raincoat and was kind of hunched over like he was carrying a back pack under the coat.
The pictures of the children are great, but clustered together like that in the centre they make the whole room look "hunched".
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