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hitched

mod. married. (Folksy.) Sam and Mary decided to get hitched.
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These balconies had ornamental iron railings, to which a less ingenious rope-ladder than ours could have been hitched with equal ease.
He paid no attention to a tolerably numerous rabble which had assembled in the Place du Parvis, before the portal of Notre-Dame; he remembered that it was the month of May; he supposed that it was some procession, some Pentecost, some festival, hitched his horse to the ring at the door, and gayly ascended the stairs to his beautiful betrothed.
Hitched to the branches of the trees close at hand were six horses, one of them a barb with gay trappings upon which the Bishop was wont to ride, and the others laden with packs of divers shapes and kinds, one of which made Robin's eyes glisten, for it was a box not overlarge, but heavily bound with bands and ribs of iron.
Their line gets hitched across your mast, and overturns you, or it catches somebody in the boat, and either throws them into the water, or cuts their face open.
In the midst of the outspread line of Cossacks two wagons, drawn by French horses and by saddled Cossack horses that had been hitched on in front, rumbled over the tree stumps and branches and splashed through the water that lay in the ruts.
he hitched his chair about, and started in on his leader for the day.
Zeb hitched Jim to the buggy again, and the horse trotted along and drew them rapidly over the smooth water.
Early next morning, however, they were up and eager to start, and after a good breakfast they bade their host good-bye and climbed into the red wagon, to which the Sawhorse had been hitched all night.
She leaned on her pitchfork, hitched her skirt in at the waist, and regarded him cheerfully.
He had hitched his wagon to a star and been landed in a pestiferous marsh.
The Slot was an iron crack that ran along the centre of Market Street, and from the Slot arose the burr of the ceaseless, endless cable that was hitched at will to the cars it dragged up and down.
The audience had come forewarned, evidently, and whenever the ragged slip of a donkey-girl ran upon the stage there was a deep murmur of approbation, every one smiled and glowed, and Mainhall hitched his heavy chair a little nearer the brass railing.
Having business matters to discuss, they hitched their animals and going to the house sat on the porch to talk.
They went around to the rear of the building, where they saw a horse, attached to a light wagon, hitched to a gatepost near the door of the dissecting-room.
He hitched his pack farther over on his left shoulder, so as to take a portion of its weight from off the injured ankle.