Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of hitch-hike.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Riddle me this: Will the European, Indian, Japanese, Chinese and Russian programs fly right by ours, whereby instead of being the leaders of the new space race, we are hitch-hiking on non-American crafts to reach LEO or the ISS?

    President Bush and the Orion rocket or Orion launching vehicle - NASA Watch

  • He then went AWOL, hitch-hiking with sympathetic supply-plane crews across the Pacific.

    Charles Ferguson Herring

  • On the strength of the Libyan rebels having been endorsed to Sarkozy by France's, arguably, most controversial public intellectual, Bernard Henri-Lévy, who made a trip to Benghazi, at least part of the way by hitch-hiking, the French President, at the eleventh hour, forced through Resolution 1973 in the United Nations Security Council, along with Britain's David Cameron.

    Dr. Charles G. Cogan: Libya: Sarko the Impulsive Meets Dorian Gray

  • One possibility: an illustrated guide through America's heartland during the Depression, capturing a hitch-hiking trip he had taken as a young man.

    Illustrator Added Whimsy to World's Great Works

  • On the strength of the Libyan rebels having been endorsed to Sarkozy by France's, arguably, most controversial public intellectual, Bernard Henri-Lévy, who made a trip to Benghazi, at least part of the way by hitch-hiking, the French President, at the eleventh hour, forced through Resolution 1973 in the United Nations Security Council, along with Britain's David Cameron.

    Dr. Charles G. Cogan: Libya: Sarko the Impulsive Meets Dorian Gray

  • Bed bugs most commonly enter hotels or residences by ‘hitch-hiking’ on a suitcase or backpack, used furniture or other objects moved from one building to another.

    2009 March 06 « Scavenging

  • He kidnapped the woman, then 19, on Oct. 4, 1973, while she was hitch-hiking in the District, and raped her at a farm in Northern Virginia.

    Another victim: 1973 rape 'affects me every day'

  • He kidnapped the woman, then 19, on Oct. 4, 1973, while she was hitch-hiking in the District, and raped her at a farm in Northern Virginia.

    Bill Wallshleger: Background documents

  • Bed bugs most commonly enter hotels or residences by ‘hitch-hiking’ on a suitcase or backpack, used furniture or other objects moved from one building to another.

    Bad News from Illinois « Scavenging

  • You would be hitch-hiking on the server where the picture currently resides (which may be welcome or not)

    Only Terrorists Fear Surveillance « Antiwar.com Blog

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