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Definition of "hunches" []

  • An intuitive guess or feeling (noun)
  • A lump or large piece (noun)
  • To bend or draw (oneself or a part of the body) up or together (verb)
  • To sit in a hunched position (verb)
  • Plural form of hunch. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hunch. (verb)

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Use "hunches" in a sentence
  • "The longest string of hunches is only so long, an 'your string's finished."
  • "Q As we follow up on what I think you called hunches earlier about who might be responsible, has the United States contacted any other governments for help in either trying to find certain individuals or touching base with certain organizations?"
  • "But even more fun than checking hunches is discovering areas of grammar that – theoretically – ought to exist, but don’t exist in the standard grammars."