Definition of Hanching

1. hanch [v] - See also: hanch



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hanching

hanamachi
hanap
hanaper
hanapers
hanaps
hanatoxin
hanatoxins
hanawaltite
hanazumo
hance
hanced
hances
hanch
hanched
hanches
hanching (current term)
hancing
hand
hand-and-foot syndrome
hand-build
hand-cart
hand-crafted
hand-down
hand-eggs
hand-eye coordination
hand-foot-and-mouth disease
hand-foot-and-mouth disease virus
hand-held
hand-held computer
hand-held microcomputer

Literary usage of Hanching

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1. The Law of Torts Or Private Wrongs by Francis Hilliard (1866)
"For the same purpose, the defendant may hanching his daughter, the careless indiffer- conduct, cither of the ..."

2. Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts: Preserved in the Archi-episcopal Library by John Sherren Brewer, George Carew Totnes (1867)
"... our men won the pass or wood, slew 3 or 4 of his yeomen and 1 or 2 chief horses, and expulsed them to their bogs, hanching and killing mares and ..."

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