Definition of hutch
Origin of hutch
Words nearby hutch
How to use hutch in a sentence
A hutch is, essentially, an upward extension on the wall side of the desk.
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They have a large built-in hutch that’s full of office and school supplies.Sharing a home office with your partner? Here’s how to keep the peace.|Amanda Long|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
Hutch is an old word for chest or coffer, chiefly used now in the compound ‘rabbit-hutch.’Milton's Comus|John Milton
And I suppose they've got a rabbit hutch, and a monkey, and some white mice?Quin|Alice Hegan Rice
I sat by the hutch and studied the interesting group till I was so stiff with cold that I could hardly walk back to my tent.Trans-Himalaya, Vol. 2 (of 2)|Sven Hedin
There was her bow standing in a nook beside the hutch, and the quiver of arrows hanging on the wall above it.The Water of the Wondrous Isles|William Morris
At the foot of the latter stood the huge "hutch," or chest, in which were deposited for safety the family plate and valuables.