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hatched

adjective as in contrived

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The attempt was hatched in an effort to have a death sentence on an IRA man commuted, the military pensions archives reveal.

In 2011, my cousin, Andrew Droz Palermo, and I hatched a plan to collaborate on a documentary.

The cross-hatched Schreger pattern on its surface was unmistakably that of ivory.

In the end, just a few months ago, he hatched a plan to leave his beloved Uganda.

The Fed, like Newt Gingrich, was hatched in secret one hundred years ago, on a small island off the coast of Georgia.

Never have I seen so unique a character as this voluble, hatched-faced, tireless woman.

He no longer doubted there was a conspiracy, secretly hatched by the episcopals against the Commune.

Yes,” replied Edith, “and feed all the little chickens when they are hatched, as I did at Arnwood.

A few days ago he came across a Plymouth Rock hen that had hatched out a clutch of turkeys.

They arrived at about the same time as on the two previous seasons, and hatched out their young as usual, down by the lake.

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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hatched, such as: concluded, devised, and planned.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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