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See definition of hitched on Dictionary.com
  • as infixed
  • as injoined
  • as inknotted
  • as inrestricted
  • as inspliced
  • as inunmovable

synonyms for hitched

  • established
  • hooked
  • immovable
  • locked
  • rigid
  • settled
  • tight
  • anchored
  • attached
  • fast
  • firm
  • located
  • nailed
  • quiet
  • rooted
  • secure
  • set
  • situated
  • stable
  • still
  • immobile
  • immotile
  • made fast
  • solid
  • steadfast
  • stiff
  • tenacious
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antonyms for hitched

MOST RELEVANT
  • insecure
  • loose
  • movable
  • moving
  • unfixed
  • unstable
  • changeable
  • impermanent
  • irresolute
  • unsteady
  • variable
  • straight
  • free
  • loose
  • separate
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      How to use hitched in a sentence

      The countdown went off without a hitch, the second stage took the payloads to orbit, and the kicker vehicle distributed the satellites to individual orbits.
      ROCKETLAB’S “RETURN TO SENDER” LAUNCH DOES EXACTLY WHAT WAS PROMISEDJOHN TIMMERNOVEMBER 20, 2020ARS TECHNICA
      A leveling air suspension system helps with that too, automatically keeping the Navigator on an even keel when the Fleetwood camper is hitched up.
      BACKING UP A TRAILER IS REALLY HARD, BUT THIS $100,000 SUV OFFERS A NEW SOLUTIONDAN CARNEYNOVEMBER 19, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
      In our case, the weight-distributing hitch we got from the trailer’s owner was set up with the ball a little too high on our high-riding Navigator, so the trailer was borderline too high in the front, which also can instigate sway.
      BACKING UP A TRAILER IS REALLY HARD, BUT THIS $100,000 SUV OFFERS A NEW SOLUTIONDAN CARNEYNOVEMBER 19, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
      Hundreds of millions of years of evolution separate insects and mammals, but experiments show that the Hox genes guiding the development of the body plans in Drosophila fruit flies and mice can be swapped without a hitch because they are so similar.
      SCIENTISTS FIND VITAL GENES EVOLVING IN GENOME’S JUNKYARDVIVIANE CALLIERNOVEMBER 16, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
      After all, entire companies have successfully rebranded without a hitch.
      DOES CHANGING YOUR BUSINESS PHONE NUMBER AFFECT SEO?EMMA WORDENNOVEMBER 3, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
      If all goes well and the sample is collected by OSIRIS-REx without a hitch, the spacecraft will still have quite a long way to go before it’s received at home.
      WATCH LIVE AS THE OSIRIS-REX SPACECRAFT SNAGS A CHUNK OF ASTEROIDRACHAEL ZISKOCTOBER 20, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
      Catania’s scientific detective work didn’t always go off without a hitch, but, he notes, including all the failures would have meant a much longer book.
      ‘GREAT ADAPTATIONS’ UNRAVELS MYSTERIES OF AMAZING ANIMAL ABILITIESERIN GARCIA DE JESUSOCTOBER 12, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
      The Ninja BN601 is one of the most powerful food processors in its class, packing a 1000-peak-watt motor that’s powerful enough to blast through harder ingredients like without a hitch.
      POWERFUL FOOD PROCESSORS FOR DICING, SLICING, AND KNEADINGPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMOCTOBER 2, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
      For instance, Lem Jones stopped and hitched his team before the store, one chilly day.
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      So I washed up the buggy and hitched up the horse and come right out.
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      WORDS RELATED TO HITCHED

      • anchored
      • attached
      • established
      • fast
      • firm
      • hitched
      • hooked
      • immobile
      • immotile
      • immovable
      • located
      • locked
      • made fast
      • nailed
      • quiet
      • rigid
      • rooted
      • secure
      • set
      • settled
      • situated
      • solid
      • stable
      • steadfast
      • stiff
      • still
      • tenacious
      • tight
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