Examples of hutch in a Sentence
the destitute family lives in a tiny hutch made of tin and cardboard
keeps her best china in a hutch in the dining room
Recent Examples of hutch from the Web
The dining room is supersized for large family gatherings, and also shows off a hutch, a buffet and a fireplace.
The pantry leads to the expansive dining room with a fireplace, double crown molding, a built-in hutch with glass doors and inlay walls.
The hutch had multiple roosting points and three nesting boxes for its feathered flock that includes Beanie, a Cuckoo Maran, Fella, a Jersey Giant, and Betty White, a Babcock White Leghorn.
The department spent $31,561 on a new table, chairs and hutch, after declaring that the old one wasn't repairable.
Scott's disgruntled letter was sent a day after members of a House Appropriations subcommittee peppered Carson with questions about the $31,561 purchase of a table, chairs and hutch.
Instead, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development explained that the expensive table, chairs, and hutch were picked out for safety’s sake.
But shortly after, someone in Mr. Carson’s office decided to pay a small Baltimore company $31,561 to replace his dining room table, chairs and hutch.
Carson became the brunt of taxpayer fury after news broke that his office spent $31,561 on a custom hardwood table, chairs and a hutch to replace a 1967 set in his suite.
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HUTCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hutch for English Language Learners
: a piece of furniture that is used for displaying and storing dishes
: an enclosed area or cage for an animal
HUTCH Defined for Kids
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