hitch

Part of speech: verb

To fasten or tie.

Part of speech: verb

To move by jerks; become entangled.

Part of speech: noun

A stop; obstruction.

Part of speech: noun

The act of fastening, as by a rope.

Part of speech: noun

A noose - like knot.

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Usage examples "hitch":

  1. His strategical combinations were apparently working without a hitch. - "Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War", G. F. R. Henderson.
  2. And to make sure there's no hitch, I shall do exactly what I've been told to do. - "The Bittermeads Mystery", E. R. Punshon.
  3. Well, that's what I'm goin' to hitch the holdin' rope on to. - "The Panchronicon", Harold Steele Mackaye.