Definition of Hitchily

1. in a hitchy way [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hitchily

hitch-hiking
hitch up
hitched
hitcher
hitchers
hitches
hitchhike
hitchhiked
hitchhiker
hitchhiker thumbs
hitchhikers
hitchhikes
hitchhiking
hitchier
hitchiest
hitchily (current term)
hitching
hitching-bar
hitching bar
hitching post
hitchment
hitchments
hitchrack
hitcht
hitchy
hithe
hither and thither
hithered
hithering

Literary usage of Hitchily

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1. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George H Warner (1902)
"Lucy says that things go more hitchily the first year than ever they do afterwards, and that people love each other better and better, just because they've ..."

2. Indian Summer by William Dean Howells (1887)
"very hitchily ever since they started, with the burden of the conversation left to the two men and that helpless girl; if it were not to be altogether a ..."

3. The Son of Royal Langbrith: A Novel by William Dean Howells (1905)
"At first, the affair went hitchily. The girls had confided to one another, in the library, their astonishment at finding themselves ..."

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