verb (used with object), hatch·eled, hatch·el·ing or (especially British) hatch·elled, hatch·el·ling.
Origin of hatchel
Related Words for hatchelstraighten, sort, curry, tease, cleanse, separate, groom, smooth, disentangle, untangle, adjust, scrape, rasp, dress, card, hackle
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Historical Examples of hatchel
The corn is held in a convenient handful, like flax on a hatchel.Soil Culture
J. H. Walden
And yet, as if a thousand thorns should hatchel out at least one rose, we had one incident of lively interest.
Miss Hatchel, she shake me by de shoulders once or twice, but never didn' whip me in all my life dat I knows of.
Miss Hatchel tell me I better stay on dere whe' I can get flour bread to eat.
I remembers Miss Hatchel puttin de baby in my lap en tell me don' drop him.