One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he thrust his hands in his pockets, hunching his shoulders’
arch, curve, hump, bend, bow, curl, crook
2‘I hunched up as small as I could’
crouch, huddle up, curl up, hunker down, bend, stoop, squat
North American informal scooch
1‘he had a hunch on his back’
protuberance, hump, lump, bump, knob, protrusion, prominence, projection, bulge, swelling, nodule, node, mass, growth, outgrowth, excrescence
rare tumescence, tumefaction, intumescence
2‘my hunch is that these may not be the end of the changes’
feeling, guess, suspicion, sneaking suspicion, impression, inkling, idea, notion, fancy, presentiment, premonition, intuition
informal gut feeling, feeling in one's bones, funny feeling, sixth sense
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