Definition of Hechting

1. hecht [v] - See also: hecht



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hechting

hebraizes
hebraizing
hebrephrenic
hebrephrenics
hebrewess
hebrides
hecateromeric
hecato-
hecatomb
hecatombs
hecatomeral
hech
hechsher
hecht syndrome
hechting (current term)
hechts
hechtsbergite
heck
hecka
heckelphone
heckimal
heckle
heckled
heckler
heckler's veto
hecklers
heckles
heckling
hecklings

Literary usage of Hechting

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1. Kliniek: Tijdschrift Voor Wetenschappelijke Geneeskunde (1849)
"»Als door hevige zwelling (bij hechting) de wondjes der naalden bloeden, bevordert men dit door stukjes spons in warm water gedoopt, ..."

2. The Complete Works of John Lyly by John Lyly (1902)
"After this Ç' 29 Q' fives the following hechting and amplified song:—The Song sung at the gate, when hir Majestic departed. (As this Song was sung, ..."

3. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1848)
"The statement of the schoolmaster was this,— In the village where he resided, there was a deaf and dumb young man, named Henry hechting, who had been sent ..."

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