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miche

[mich]
verb (used without object), miched, mich·ing. British Dialect.
  1. to lurk out of sight.
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Origin of miche

1175–1225; Middle English mychen, michen < Old French muchier to hide
Related formsmich·er, noun
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Examples from the Web for miche

Historical Examples

  • I found him trying to miche, and nipped him as he was skulking off.

    In the King's Name

    George Manville Fenn

  • Must; I want to tell you, I am going to miche—sham, you know—the other way on.

    !Tention

    George Manville Fenn

  • There was no reason why the celebration would not be just as interesting on the Boul' Miche.

    Paris Vistas

    Helen Davenport Gibbons

  • Miche is going to Bangkok in January or February; perhaps you may be there.

  • Miche had great trouble to guard his house, with the help of a young missionary and M. Aussoleil, for all the Christians fled.