Hunch definitions

hŭnch
A lump or chunk.
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To hunch is defined as to bend over or crouch down.

An example of to hunch is to crouch down while sitting at the dinner table.

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An intuitive feeling or a premonition.

Had a hunch that he would lose.

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A hump.
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A push or shove.
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To bend or draw up into a hump.

I hunched my shoulders against the wind.

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To push or shove.
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To assume a crouched or cramped posture.

The cat hunched in a corner.

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To thrust oneself forward.
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To draw (one's body, etc.) up so as to form a hump; arch into a hump.
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To move forward jerkily; push; shove.
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To sit or stand with the back arched.
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A hump.
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A chunk; lump; hunk.
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A guess or feeling not based on known facts; premonition or suspicion.
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The old man walked with a hunch.

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A theory, idea, or guess.

I have a hunch they'll find a way to solve the problem.

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A hunk; a lump; a thick piece.

A hunch of bread.

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A push or thrust, as with the elbow.
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(intransitive) To slouch, stoop, curl, or lean.

Do not hunch over your computer if you want to avoid neck problems.

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To push or jostle with the elbow; to push or thrust suddenly.
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To thrust out a hump or protuberance; to crook, as the back.

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The definition of a hunch is a feeling or a premonition about something, or an arched back while sitting or standing.

An example of a hunch is a feeling about who stole the books.

An example of a hunch is the shape of the back of someone who does not sit up straight while sitting.

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Origin of hunch

Origin unknown