Usage examples for hutch

  1. Every forge has its sheep, every shop its pen like a rabbit- hutch, made out of the side of a box, where the sheep lives when it is not lying just at the threshold of the shop in the sun, beside a half- finished meal of bran in a box. – In the Tail of the Peacock by Isabel Savory
  2. Partly because Jumbo was so old, and partly because he was also very bad tempered, he lived by himself in a comfortable, roomy hutch, with a soft bed of hay at one end and a great wide space at the other, in which he took his meals and looked out of the door at the other rabbits. – A Tale of the Summer Holidays by G. Mockler
  3. In a short time Commander Whiting was assigned to the command of the large station which was taken over at Killingholme, England, and in October, 1917, Captain Hutch I. Cone came from the United States to take charge of the great aviation programme which had now been planned. – The Victory At Sea by William Sowden Sims Burton J. Hendrick
  4. But David's been taught his prayers; you just let him say 'em at your knee, that's all David, dismissed to the garden while his elders talked, had discovered the rabbit- hutch, and could hardly tear himself away from it to say good- by. – The Awakening of Helena Richie by Margaret Deland
  5. That's because of May- May Hutch- ings. – Gulmore, The Boss by Frank Harris
  6. It is evident that the old correlation method has little or nothing to do with the matter; a child may or may not draw the rabbit he feeds, he certainly does not play a rabbit game because of the rabbit he has fed, nor does he build a rabbit- hutch with his bricks. – The Child Under Eight by E.R. Murray and Henrietta Brown Smith
  7. " Come, children," said the aunt- oh, what a different aunt to the one who had slapped Dickie in Deptford, sold the rabbit- hutch, and shot the moon! – Harding's luck by E. [Edith] Nesbit
  8. Now there's just as much engineerin' about that binnacle as there is in a kettle or a rabbit hutch. – Command by William McFee
  9. She never slapped her hippopotamus when it broke her dolls in its playful gambols, and she never forgot to feed her rhinoceroses in their little hutch in the backyard. – The Book of Dragons by Edith Nesbit
  10. So he carried it to his palace, had prepared for it a neat little rabbit- hutch, with abundance of the daintiest food, such as rabbits love, and there he left it. – The Little Lame Prince And: The Invisible Prince; Prince Cherry; The Prince With The Nose The Frog-Prince; Clever Alice by Miss Mulock--Pseudonym of Maria Dinah Craik
  11. Everything I tried to do for Mrs. Hutch turned out bad. – The Promised Land by Mary Antin
  12. Ninety million rabbits sent out at large to nibble the young shoots of the growing crops- each of whom destroys and wastes ten times what a tame rabbit would eat in a hutch- are boasted of as an increase of our supplies! – Memoir and Letters of Francis W. Newman by Giberne Sieveking
  13. They use these new words in sentences which they form in describing the rabbit; for example: hutch, gnaw, padded, cleft lip, timid. – Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Nature Study by Ontario Ministry of Education
  14. Picking up his bundle, he passed quietly through the gate into the yard, and going up to a rabbit- hutch, he took out a most beautiful large white rabbit. – Lady Daisy and Other Stories by Caroline Stewart
  15. A man in a little hutch in the wall opened and closed the door with a string. – Clementina by A.E.W. Mason
  16. I heard them with their father, admiring a litter of young rabbits in the hutch. – Change in the Village by (AKA George Bourne) George Sturt
  17. Some of them stood, others leant against the bed or the bread- hutch. – The Country Doctor by Honore de Balzac
  18. Thank you, Alexis Hutch. – The Secret of the Night by Gaston Leroux
  19. The craft was so rotten, there were hardly two planks sticking properly together, and the last man had scarcely got his last leg into the boat, when the whole ricketty rabbit- hutch went down, and only as many bubbles as you could fill a soup- plate with stayed a- top to mark the whereabouts. – Seven Frozen Sailors by George Manville Fenn
  20. Yes, for the senses are goads, but the lineage noble, Not for the warren or hutch to be cornered and sold, Then there is freedom and ease, and a dream that persuades one On, till the track quakes on black whence the death- lilies peer. – Perpetual Light by William Rose Benet