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mitch

/mɪtʃ/
verb
1.
(intransitive) (dialect) to play truant from school
Word Origin
C13: probably from Old French muchier, mucier to hide, lurk
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  • And mitch took off his hat and let the wind blow through his sweaty hair.

    Mitch Miller Edgar Lee Masters
  • And you get your place and find your friends, and you find one friend as I found mitch.

    Mitch Miller Edgar Lee Masters
  • Well, mitch, have you had the advantages of a Bible training?

    Mitch Miller Edgar Lee Masters
  • I knew mitch's name and had seen him, but we hadn't run together yet.

    Mitch Miller Edgar Lee Masters
  • All the girls cried like their hearts would break; and Mrs. Miller knelt down by the bed, and mitch says to her, "Where's pa?"

    Mitch Miller Edgar Lee Masters

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