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  • verb Present participle of hut.

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Examples

  • The armies of the Potomac and the Upper Potomac were engaged in hutting themselves.

    The Civil War in America.

  • Also, the rise in the sub-prime mortgage lending issues is hutting high-risk borrowers who have weak credit.

    CNN Transcript Mar 28, 2007

  • James Allston's speech on Monday when I wasn't, and noticed another homiletical touch: "hutting."

    Philocrites: More on religious language.

  • James Allston's speech on Monday when I wasn't, and noticed another homiletical touch: "hutting."

    Philocrites: July 2004 Archives

  • Although the question of winter quarters for the troops required his attention, much of the correspondence could be handled by Lear, who was thoroughly familiar with the problem and with the possibilities of hutting at and in the vicinity of Harpers Ferry.

    Washington

  • Although the question of winter quarters for the troops required his attention, much of the correspondence could be handled by Lear, who was thoroughly familiar with the problem and with the possibilities of hutting at and in the vicinity of Harpers Ferry.

    Washington

  • Although the question of winter quarters for the troops required his attention, much of the correspondence could be handled by Lear, who was thoroughly familiar with the problem and with the possibilities of hutting at and in the vicinity of Harpers Ferry.

    Washington

  • Although the question of winter quarters for the troops required his attention, much of the correspondence could be handled by Lear, who was thoroughly familiar with the problem and with the possibilities of hutting at and in the vicinity of Harpers Ferry.

    Washington

  • February; the rains began to fall very heavy, and pointed the necessity of hutting the people; convicts were therefore appointed to assist the detachment in this work.

    A Source Book of Australian History

  • Fifty soldiers who had been brought thither began immediately to fell timber, and a place was cleared, where hutting was set up to lodge the religious, in which they dwelt until the church and convent were built.

    The Life and Legends of Saint Francis of Assisi

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