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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of hitch.


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  • And the rest of them see nothing wrong with "gettin hitched" to their 16 year old first cousins as well.

    Latest ethics complaints should be 'a wake-up call,' Palin says 2009

  • Instead of a boost, when John McCain hitched that ball and chain, Palin, to his campaign, we could practically hear the disgust of the middle class voters as they gave up all hope.

    Waldo Jaquith - A steady hand: Why voters are breaking for Obama. 2008

  • Tax breaks for being old, disabled, having a green* car or, I don't know, training for the Olympics or something all seem fair enough but financial incentive to get hitched or stay hitched is just so wide of the mark.

    Love and Marriage Jeff 2007

  • January 12, 2006 14: 41 pierre: btw i think he forgot to say that he's gettin hitched wit a ladyboy

    Till next time... (Music (For Robots)) 2006

  • So, I'm not going to be around for a couple of weeks, because I'm busy gettin 'hitched.

    Music (For Robots): January 2006 Archives 2006

  • So, I'm not going to be around for a couple of weeks, because I'm busy gettin 'hitched.

    Till next time... (Music (For Robots)) 2006

  • Personally, if I get hitched, which is unlikely, I'll probably be too old to properly enjoy one, and not being particularly fond of strip clubs won't help .... oh yeah, and I think my best man would probably be a woman.

    elfpvke Diary Entry elfpvke 2005

  • She was perfectly safe when she left me her property with that tag hitched to it.

    The Wall Between Sara Ware Bassett 1920

  • And then there came a chorus of bonsoirs from host, from hostess, and from the lad who now stood waiting with the Englishman's large portmanteau hitched up on his shoulder.

    The End of Her Honeymoon Marie Belloc Lowndes 1907

  • Namely because men increasingly enjoy an economic boost when they get hitched, which is a far cry from the 1970's when unmarried men boasted a higher income status than married men.

    Lead Stories from AOL 2010


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