hotch

hotch

 (hŏch)
intr.v. hotched, hotch·ing, hotch·es Scots
To fidget.

[Middle English, perhaps from Old French hocher, to shake, possibly of Germanic origin.]

hotch

(hɒtʃ)
vb
to (cause to) jog; fidgetto swarm (with), or be in a ferment
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Last year, Commons leader Andrea Leadsom warned Parliament was a "hotch potch" of pipes and wiring that was ageing faster than it was possible to repair.
Last year Commons leader Andrea Leadsom warned Parliament was a "hotch potch" of pipes and wiring that was ageing faster than it was possible to repair.
"There's a real hotch potch of everything, stuff that's been wrongly tinted, varnish, paints and wood stain, floor varnish, even tools.
Messer explained, "Scratch isn't getting to Hotch (Thomas Gibson) to get us that message because Hotch is in Witness Protection, but he did get to Morgan even though Morgan is a civilian now.
The pavement near my home is a similar hotch potch of structural compromises.
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I refer to Plaid Cymru's Assembly Member who seems to have ignored the wishes and aspirations of the residents plus at least one of the town's county councillors who seems to have embraced this hotch potch plan.
The theme of the event was a hotch potch of 17th century European Royalty and ancient Greek sculpture.
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Five new members were elected to the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association--FMA--at the association's annual meeting: Matthew Hotch, Bryan Hawkins, Cynthia VanderWaal, Marcia Arndt, and Jeffrey Knauf.
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Vint went on to have roles in several iconic '70s pics, playing detective Hotch in "The Panic in Needle Park," starring with brother Jesse in "Macon County Line" and appearing in "Badlands," "Earthquake" and "Two Lane Blacktop."