hotch

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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.]
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hotch

(hɒtʃ)
vb
to (cause to) jog; fidgetto swarm (with), or be in a ferment
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