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Hitch

Antonyms for hitch:

advantage, unhitch.

Synonyms for hitch:

Sense 1

trundle, glitch, difficulty, en route, triviality, teething problems.

Sense 2

consolidate, tootle, sled, journey, mischief, inning, traipse, wall, blip, open-and-shut case, commute.

Sense 3

wrinkle, hiccup, espouse, go along, negotiate.

Sense 4

stint, motor, bout, kink, shuttle.

Sense 5

eat up, truck, cruise, log.

Sense 6

ride.

Sense 7

bother.

Sense 8

wheel.

Sense 9

go out, go up.

Sense 10

come down, time, trick.

Sense 13

go down.

Sense 14

come up.

Sense 16

roll.

Sense 18

cover.

Sense 19

burn.

Sense 20

DO.

bond

lacing.

couple

yoke.

hang-up

hang up.

hitchhike

thumb.

Other synonyms and related words:

GOTCHA, contraceptive device, riffle, split, substantiation, onus, kink, circuit, interference, difficulty, occlusive, fetter, bout, hopple, tenure, pinch, bank check, gimp, go, motor, verification, consolidate, block, inning, riff, thumb, enlistment, bother, ride, blockage, plosive, becharm, hobble, catch-22, confirmation, limp, layover, stop consonant, chit, go against, flick, interlink, chip, impediment, arrest, birth control device, intervention, rub, term, spell, captivate, view, tour, wrinkle, joker, cheque, enamor, disturbance, point, conjugate, espouse, curb, jerk, hitchhike, preventative, deterrent, yank, stint, overtake, taking into custody, triviality, enamour, load, see, burden, DO, twitch, cruise, encumbrance, buck, diaphragm, term of enlistment, charge, trick, halt, lacing, take hold of, turn, tour of duty, tear, plosive speech sound, journey, occlusion, overhear, wipe, beguile, yoke, fascinate, get, bewitch, plosive consonant, full point, blip, trance, cover, capture, prophylactic device, grab, preventive, noise, time, full stop, enchant, flip, prophylactic, burn, checkout, watch, tick, roll, baulk, shuttle, duty tour, hiccup, charm, finger, leaf, check mark, hindrance, rent, freeze, bridle, stopover, incumbrance, commute, tab, apprehension, collar, rip, check, contraceptive, stop, shoot, assay, catch up with, balk, handicap, entrance, glitch, traipse.

Sense 1 (noun)

yoke.

Sense 2 (noun)

difficulty.

Sense 3 (noun)

glitch, hiccup, teething problems, blip, triviality, bother, wrinkle.

Sense 4 (noun)

shuttle, ride, go down, cover, commute, espouse, come up, cruise.

error (noun)

glitch.

fastener (noun)

lace, fuse, mediator, catch, coupling, glue, seal, fastening, chain, braid, rivet, tack, lock, knitting, stay, hook, snap, pin, strap, clip, link, buckle, anchor, brad, suture, knot, cement, spike, Vinculum, connector, vise, button, latch, weld, hasp, hinge, cleat, cinch, middleman, band, string, grapnel, hawser, agent, skewer, ligament, twine, binder, cincture, binding, go-between, fastener, zipper, rabbet, thread, clinch, stitch, closure, clamp, staple, nail, brace, cotter, guy, tie, bracket, medium, clasp, belt, mucilage, bonding, bolt, paste.

hindrance (noun)

hang up.

hitch (noun)

hang up, duty tour, stop, thumb, snag, hindrance, check, hitchhike, stay, preventive, incumbrance, term of enlistment, jerk, interference, rub, enlistment, halt, tour, encumbrance, catch, buck, preventative, arrest, stoppage, tour of duty, limp, hobble.

interruption (noun)

hiatus, recess, interval, snag, relief, reprieve, postponement, pause, delay, suspension, interruption, interlude, break, stoppage.

problem, difficulty (noun)

check, interruption, impediment, glitch, hindrance, delay, joker, snag, block, stoppage, catch.

spell (noun)

spell.

time period (noun)

term.

tour of duty (noun)

term of enlistment.

attach (verb)

wed, splice, fasten, affix, bond, couple, join, cling, bind, annex, connect, adhere, juxtapose, relate, stick, marry, abut, merge, attach.

contact (verb)

catch.

fasten (verb)

zip, weave, tether, lash, knit, sew, baste, plait.

join, fasten (verb)

chain, couple, hook, tie, tether, strap, attach, yoke, connect, lash.

motion (verb)

jerk, buck.

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