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noun as in a cupboard

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A hutch is, essentially, an upward extension on the wall side of the desk.

For those who need additional storage, this L-shaped desk comes with a handy and adjustable hutch, plus drawers for any additional documents.

You can also look for an L-shaped desk that includes additional storage, such as drawers or a hutch.

If you’re looking for something that can clean every surface of your house—from the soap stains on your vanity to the grease marks on your hutch to the wrinkles in your sheets—you can’t go wrong with a handheld.

They have a large built-in hutch that’s full of office and school supplies.

Hutch is an old word for chest or coffer, chiefly used now in the compound ‘rabbit-hutch.’

And I suppose they've got a rabbit hutch, and a monkey, and some white mice?

I sat by the hutch and studied the interesting group till I was so stiff with cold that I could hardly walk back to my tent.

There was her bow standing in a nook beside the hutch, and the quiver of arrows hanging on the wall above it.

At the foot of the latter stood the huge "hutch," or chest, in which were deposited for safety the family plate and valuables.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hutch, such as: buffet, cabinet, and sideboard.

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