Definition of Hatches

1. Noun. (plural of hatch) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of hatch) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Hatches

1. hatch [v] - See also: hatch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hatches

hatchecks
hatched
hatcheks
hatchel
hatcheled
hatcheler
hatchelers
hatcheling
hatchelled
hatchelling
hatchels
hatcher
hatcheries
hatchers
hatchery
hatches (current term)
hatchet
hatchet-faced
hatchet excavator
hatchet job
hatchet jobs
hatchet man
hatchet men
hatchetation
hatchetations
hatcheted
hatcheting
hatchetman
hatchetmen
hatchets

Literary usage of Hatches

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1. A Treatise on the Power and Duty of an Arbitrator, and the Law of by Francis Russell (1849)
"lower down in the said river, provided always that these directions shall refer only to such interest as the defendant shall have in the said hatches (/). ..."

2. General Report of the Agricultural State, and Political Circumstances, of by Great Britain Board of Agriculture, John Sinclair (1814)
"I. On Wears and Dams, and Flood- hatches or Sluices. One or other of these are commonly wanted in irrigation. If the stream be small, (of only 2 or 3 feet ..."

3. Sessional Papers by Canada Parliament (1893)
"Surveyed hatches of the British ship " Arist*>mene,'' (Captain Jone.s), on arrival from Java with a cargo of sugar, and found them properly covered and in ..."

4. The Cyclopædia;: Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature.by Abraham Rees by Abraham Rees (1819)
"... in which there are hatches fixed that may be opened by cords and pulleys, or by levers, and which {hut by their own weight. ..."

5. Parodies of the Works of English & American Authors by Walter Hamilton (1887)
"The sea will pour beneath thei- hatches, Because—their ends are soft. Punch. March 21, 1885. LORD Том NODDY. The last made of our Peers, Who joins our ..."

6. Joint Report with Comprehensive Plan and Recommendations by William Russell Willcox (1920)
"In fact, with a sufficient equipment of ship's tackle, and large enough hatches, operations can be carried on simultaneously on both sides of the ship. ..."

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