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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of hatch.
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- adj. produced from an egg.
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- adj. shaded by means of fine parallel or crossed lines
- adj. emerged from an egg
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The time came for the ducks to appear, but not one of the eggs hatched, and it caused much merriment among the neighbors, and the man has never heard the last of _counting ducks before they are hatched_.
The Storm Prediction Center has what we call a hatched area, which means a pretty good chance of seeing some of that action later on today.
My first year out of university, my first experiences of financial independence, that sense of having finally hatched from the egg.
A proper monster, hatched from a proper egg, Charles was neither fabrication nor delusional invention.
A cockatrice is a serpent, often identified with the basilisk; it is said to be able to kill by its glance alone and to be hatched from a cock's egg.
Establish (on #1) that the of rate dark to light caterpillars hatched from the entire breeding population has changed significantly from the time that light-winged PMs predominated.
Schindewolf "The first bird hatched from a reptilian egg."
This criss-cross way of cutting results in hatched (meshed) slices.
Lots of tacky teal, fluorescent orange and a mascot that looks like he was hatched from a Rod Serling nightmare.
When first it is hatched from the spawn by the warmth of the season, it resembles