hatch[ hach ]SEE DEFINITION OF hatch
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HATCH
The very brooding of the voice on a word, seems to hatch something of what is in it.
The hatch was so small that two men could not pass at a time, and I felt my way to it, in no haste.
Who could tell what devil's mischief they might hatch together!
From without I heard Grauble's voice in command: "Close the hatch."
A hatch stood open there, and he dropped through, slamming it after him.
He pulled the hatch open softly and the hinges had been oiled.
It was but a matter of moments to break the lock and pull open the hatch.
Quietly he climbed back to the passage and closed the hatch.
Now I have fifteen turtles' eggs, and I think they will hatch.
Here the sun could easily penetrate to the bottom and hatch them.