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 china hutch, the collectible figurines, the sideboard, all those family treasures may hold many precious moments for you, but for your kids, not so much.
But Brinkmann and her helpers never stop — vacuuming drawers and moving hutches into trucks.
The island kitchen has granite counters, breakfast nook with corner hutch and brick paver flooring.
But the pages that immediately follow paint a more lurid picture, giving the distinct impression that college kids are fornicating willy-nilly, like so many bunnies in a hutch.
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Origin and Etymology of hutch
Middle English huche, from Anglo-French
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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
Definition of hutch for Students
1 : a low cupboard usually having open shelves on top
2 : a pen or coop for an animal
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