hitched


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Related to hitched: got hitched

hitched

mod. married. (Folksy.) Sam and Mary decided to get hitched.
See also: hitch
References in classic literature ?
Next you buckle your greaves on your legs, and your cuisses on your thighs; then come your backplate and your breastplate, and you begin to feel crowded; then you hitch onto the breastplate the half-petticoat of broad overlapping bands of steel which hangs down in front but is scolloped out behind so you can sit down, and isn't any real improvement on an inverted coal scuttle, either for looks or for wear, or to wipe your hands on; next you belt on your sword; then you put your stove-pipe joints onto your arms, your iron gauntlets onto your hands, your iron rat-trap onto your head, with a rag of steel web hitched onto it to hang over the back of your neck -- and there you are, snug as a candle in a candle-mould.
She leaned on her pitchfork, hitched her skirt in at the waist, and regarded him cheerfully.
I reckoned I was scared now, too; but in a minute I see I was mistaken -- that is, after the first jolt, as you may say, when my breath sort of hitched, he being so unexpected; but right away after I see I warn't scared of him worth bothring about.
Vehicle manufacturers provide a gross combination weight rating (GCWR), which is defined as the combined weight of the loaded trailer and truck when hitched together.
Heather Hanly of Marque the Date, has been chosen from hundreds of entries and is now in the final ten of her category; wedding stationery of the hitched.
The trailer was not hitched properly to the vehicle, which made it to come off the hook and overturn on the busy road.
Motor vehicle manufacturers provide a gross combination vehicle weight rating (GCVWR) for their tow-approved cars and trucks, which is defined as the combined weight of the loaded trailer and truck when hitched together.
Brian Wayne Connor was riding his board on his belly when he hitched onto the undercarriage of a passing semi.
Just 1% of drivers have hitched themselves in the last year and only 1% said they were "very likely" to stop for someone thumbing a lift.