from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Characterized by hitches or jerks; interrupted by temporary obstructions.
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WASTLER: So gray area, making sort of hitchy (ph) with the charge.
And see, there was Major Hardy, leaning over the pianist that he might read the words through his monocle, and singing with the best of them: "Everybody's doing it -- doing it -- doing it," and "Hitchy-koo, hitchy-koo, hitchy-koo."
Miss Slocum had a queer, mincing gait which her long limbs appeared averse to, and the result was a little hitchy.
General Marmora -- a thin, shabby, energetic man -- was everywhere; for the new order of things seemed a little hitchy.
Certain animations are still a bit hitchy, especially involving Mayer's car, but there's still time to resolve those before release.