Half-hatched

Half´-hatched`

    (~hăcht`)
a.1.Imperfectly hatched; as, half-hatched eggs.
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This half-hatched proposal to trample on Nevadas rights and revive Yucca Mountain poses a danger to families living in neighboring communities, as scientists have already confirmed Yucca Mountain is unsafe and unfit for nuclear waste storage.
"I'm thinking of giving her durian fruit or half-hatched eggs.
Offer no half-hatched fragments of what could be an impressive suggestion.
In the southern province of Hunan, a housewife grabbed several eggs stored at room temperature only to find half-hatched chicks, state media reported.
From the chicken coop, the apron was used for carrying eggs, fussy chicks and sometimes half-hatched eggs to be finished in a warm oven.
The play is still half-hatched and in need of focus, but this squalling, red-faced newborn is passionately alive, nonetheless.
Lumpy, bulgy-eyed and only recognizable as pigeons through an intense effort of will on the audience's part, the east of "Valiant" appears even more ungainly than "Chicken Run's" half-hatched plasticine poultry, although CGI allows for more convincing feather textures.