Synonyms of hatch
1 incubateDictionary • I transferred the eggs to a hen canary to hatch and rear.
breed • If they are unemployed it's bound to breed resentment.
2 deviseDictionary • accused of hatching a plot to assassinate the Pope
devise • We devised a scheme to help him.
plan • I had been planning a trip to the West Coast.
design • We may be able to design a course to suit your particular needs.
project • His projected visit to Washington had to be postponed.
manufacture • He said the allegations were manufactured on the flimsiest evidence.
plot • a meeting to plot the survival strategy of the party
invent • He invented the first electric clock.
conceive • I began to conceive a plan of attack.
formulate • He formulated his plan for escape.
contrive • The oil companies were accused of contriving a shortage of gasoline to justify price increases.
dream up (informal)
concoct • He said the prisoner had concocted the story to get a lighter sentence.
cook up (informal)
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breedIf you say that something breeds bad feeling or bad behaviour, you mean that it causes bad feeling or bad behaviour to develop.
• If they are unemployed it's bound to breed resentment.
give rise to,
give rise to,
• I began to conceive a plan of attack.
Thesaurus for hatch from the Collins English Thesaurus
to cause (the young of various animals, esp birds) to emerge from the egg or (of young birds, etc) to emerge from the egg