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I have a hunch that after eating a while in boarding houses a good home-cooked meal must be a welcome change.

The words bosse and bossu (hunch and hunchback) have various idiomatic and proverbial applications in France.

The ploughboy understood them very well, for to have only a hunch of bread and little or no cheese was often his own case.

Anyway, this fellow is no policeman, and I've just got a hunch I'd like to know something about him.

"Then I've a hunch that your hunch is a wrong one," said Ives.

The MysteryStewart Edward White and Samuel Hopkins Adams

Hunch had darted forward with the knife uplifted, but Cassi had restrained him.

Which shows how far you can go on looks, anyway; for, if I was going to trust my safety-vault key with anyone, it would be Hunch.

TorchySewell Ford

I have a hunch that if you steer old Prospero right, he'll bring one of those cloud-capped palaces down to earth.

I Walked in ArdenJack Crawford

He felt himself pushed violently upward, and, at the same moment, he reacted—by hunch and not by reason.

After a brief look, Bud explained the hunch that had occurred to him.

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