Origin of hunchbacked
1590–1600; blend of huckbacked see (humpbacked) and bunchbacked
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Examples from the Web for hunchbacked
Playing the hunchbacked Igor—pronounced “Eye-gore”—Marty is clearly having a ball.Marty Feldman: Dead Cool
November 2, 2009
She is little, and somewhat on one side, but she is not hunchbacked.The Memoirs of the Louis XIV. and The Regency, Complete
Elizabeth-Charlotte, Duchesse d'Orleans
A porter, hunchbacked and with long arms, stood at the door.The Children of Odin
I got the tale from a hunchbacked half-breed and he got it from his grandmother.
I know where she and that hunchbacked kid were living two days ago.
It was a hunchbacked man with a wooden peg leg and a crutch.Mr. Wicker's Window