Definition of 'hatching'
Example sentences containing 'hatching'
All of a sudden, her plan to kill herself seemed incredibly stupid, and the hatching of it long ago and far away.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
`I have been hatching the beginnings of a failsafe plan, by the way, about the other business, I mean.THE CALLIGRAPHER (2001)
This was 1898, Edinburgh, a dreadful hotchpotch of thistles, tartan hatching, drooping highlanders, wounded stags.THE TARTAN RINGERS (2001)
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