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HUNCH,noun [See the Verb.] A hump; a protuberance; as the hunch of a camel.

1. A lump; a thick piece; as a hunch of bread; a word in common vulgar use in New England.

2. A push or jerk with the fist or elbow.

HUNCH, verb transitive To push with the elbow; to push or thrust with a sudden jerk.

1. To push out in a protuberance; to crook the back.