Hitching in a sentence

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Jan and Ted managed to get away unseen, and were soon hitching their goat to the wagon.
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However that may be, it was set in motion, and thereupon a host of little doors flew open, and innumerable little figures staggered out of them, and jerked themselves back again, with that special unsteadiness of purpose, and hitching in the gait, which usually attaches to figures that are moved by clock-work.
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Her betrothed improved his appearance a little by hitching up his jaw.
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Some of them are circumnavigating the planet while he is hitching his rocking chair about his hearth-rug.
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But a few volleys from our troops in the road soon silenced all opposition from the infantry, while cannoneers were hitching up their horses to fly away.
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Then, as the children felt another bump, which shook the whole car and them also, and as they heard a banging noise and the tooting of a whistle, Bunny exclaimed: "Oh, an engine is hitching on our car!
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He leaned jauntily against a hitching post under her window and rolled a cigarette, quite withdrawn from the crowd which was working over his victim.
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Off they ran, feet fast flying, and Bunny was first to reach the hitching post in front of his house, this being the end of the race course for that particular time.
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What do you say to hitching the elephants to the wagons and hauling the people back and forth?
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Two scenes of driving to minister and hitching team to gate.
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At the end of the passage, facing the ravine, I stood and talked to Guinea, while Alf was hitching the mare to the buck-board.
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Use the slip knot just as you do for the hitching post," he directed.
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Henchard returned to a shed, where he selected a short piece of rope from several pieces that were lying about; hitching one end of this to a nail, he took the other in his right hand and turned himself bodily round, while keeping his arm against his side; by this contrivance he pinioned the arm effectively.
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The authors know of an unreported case in which a man running in the street touched his hand to a hitching block he was passing; a ring on one of his fingers caught in the hook of the block, and tore off the finger with the attached tendon and muscle.
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Bunny and Sue went in the store together to get the sugar, and, as they did not think they would stay very long, they did not fasten Toby's strap to a hitching post, as their father had told them they must always do.
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There were no hitching posts near by-only some big trees.
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No; he's alone; but father's just drove up and is hitching at the shed door.
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He drove up to the Perkins gate and was so long about hitching the horse that Rebecca's heart beat tumultuously at the thought of Emma Jane's heart waiting under the blue barege.
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And a damned bad un, too," replied Coble, hitching up his trousers.
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CHAPTER IV A year before this story opens the town of Ranger, Texas, consisted of a weatherbeaten, run-down railroad station, a blacksmith shop, and a hitching rail, town enough, incidentally, for the limited number of people and the scanty amount of merchandise that passed through it.
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Examples of Hitching

Example #1
Trouble finished his breakfast and called to them, wanting to go with them wherever they went.
Example #2
Stoop down and walk behind the bushes.
Example #3
Meanwhile, the Sacristan stood explaining these wonders, and pointing them out, severally, with a wand.
Example #4
The keeper of the church was very anxious it should be shown; partly for the honour of the establishment and the town; and partly, perhaps, because of his deriving a percentage from the additional consideration.
Example #5
As though feeling that would be too extreme a measure, he did not close his mouth altogether; but he diminished the abyss.
Example #6
The Honorable Freddie belonged to the class of persons who move through life with their mouths always restfully open.