Definition of Hilched
1. hilch [v] - See also: hilch
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hilched
Literary usage of Hilched
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of Old Yarmouth: Comprising the Present Towns of Yarmouth and Dennis by Charles Francis Swift (1884)
"Passing by the house of the widow Gorham, soon after, he saw the horse of his son hilched at the door. Mistrusting the object of his son's visit, ..."
2. Transactions by National Safety Council, Association of Iron and Steel Engineers (1921)
""Negligence of employees" (HIlcheD. 754-757. New Employees: General Electric Co.. Lynn. Mass 12S. "How to promote safety education IE a plant" (Regula). ..."