2. Verb. (present participle of hitch) ¹
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Definition of Hitching
1. hitch [v] - See also: hitch
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Literary usage of Hitching
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Instructions for Mountain Artillery by United States War Dept, United States, War Dept (1851)
"In hitching in to the front, the carriage and ammunition mules, the former first passing the latter, are led up to their proper positions. In hitching in to ..."
2. The Doctrine of Damnum Absque Injuria: Considered in Its Relation to the Law by Edward P. Weeks (1879)
"hitching horses.—Travelers have no right to hitch horses to shade-trees. Most horses have a propensity to gnaw whatever they are hitched to. ..."
3. A Select Collection of Old Plays: In Twelve Volumes by Robert Dodsley, Isaac Reed, Octavius Gilchrist, John Payne Collier (1825)
"... at 'hitching-hill, in the County of Hertford, some time in the year 1557. After being well grounded in school-learning, he was sent to the University, ..."
4. Asheville and Buncombe County by Forster Alexander Sondley, Theodore Fulton Davidson (1922)
"Opposite that house and just south of the "Henrietta" was a hitching lot where horseback riders from the country visiting the town hitched their horses; ..."
5. Commentaries on the Law of Municipal Corporations by John Forrest Dillon (1911)
"Stepping Stones, hitching Posts, Shade Trees, &c.—The use of city streets for the erection of certain conveniences in connection with the abutting premises ..."