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  • n. Plural form of hatch.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hatch.

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Examples

  • The relentless search for verbal escape hatches is why politico-speak is persistently meaningless and incomprehensible.

    You know what’s a great antidote for a rotten mood? | RedState

  • In the film, the blue dragon hatches from the egg growing rapidly to full-size before bonding with her “dragon rider,” allowing both to become stronger than either would be separately.

    Top 10 Movie Dragons » Scene-Stealers

  • Within days the larva or caterpillar hatches from the speck-sized egg and begins to eat ... and eat.

    The Majestic Monarch Butterfly

  • Still, the makers of Forever Lazy use this fact to justify wearing their product, which is essentially a one-piece fleece blanket with a hood, leg and arm holes, and zippered "hatches" in the front and back "for great escapes when duty calls."

    WATCH: Finally, A Wearable Blanket More Ridiculous Than The Snuggie

  • But here's another: adult dragonfly "hatches" in Southern Chile.

    What's Your Best Bug Hatch?

  • I can not help thinking too that there is something in the sailors so constantly standing in groups and breaking off their talk so suddenly whenever we approach; and several times I have caught the word "hatches" which arrested M. Letourneur's attention on the night of the disturbance.

    The Survivors of the Chancellor

  • The kitchens, which unfortunately are not thrown open to the public, are much as they were in olden days, and afford a curious and interesting glimpse of old-time domestic conditions, with their great fireplaces and their "hatches", through which the dishes were passed to the servers whose duty it was to take them to the dining-hall.

    Hampton Court

  • I cannot help thinking too that there is something in the sailors so constantly standing in groups and breaking off their talk so suddenly whenever we approach; and several times I have caught the word "hatches" which arrested M. Letourneur's attention on the night of the disturbance.

    The Survivors of the Chancellor, diary of J.R. Kazallon, passenger

  • • Ultimate Presentation New injection moulding technology has improved the appearance of parts such as hatches and the swim platform.

    WN.com - Business News

  • Presentation New injection moulding technology has improved the appearance of parts such as hatches and the swim platform.

    WN.com - Business News

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