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