Origin of hooch1
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Other definitions for hooch (2 of 3)
- a prostitute's dwelling.
- any place, as a house, room, or shack, where a serviceman sets up housekeeping with a local woman.
Other definitions for hooch (3 of 3)
How to use hooch in a sentence
I learned how to sleep standing up, and how to spike chewing tobacco with jailhouse hooch fermented from cans of fruit cocktail.
Watching her drown her sorrows in hooch and then get beat up by Crazy Eyes in the showers was ghastly…but great television.Inside ‘Orange Is the New Black’ S2, Eps. 6-12: About That Shocking Incest Scene|Kevin Fallon, Marlow Stern|June 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
By hooch-time we had found a secure path to the sea-ice, one hundred and eighty feet below.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
All hell was fixing to bust loose in there, and he, Peter de Hooch, was right next to it.
"Because a half is eight point two eight per cent heavier than a hole," said de Hooch.
Something in the man's voice made de Hooch turn his head away from the periscope's eyepieces.
One of the men shook de Hooch gently, awakening him in the middle of a snore.