What is hitch?

  • (verb): Travel by getting free rides from motorists.
    Synonyms: hitchhike, thumb
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on hitch:

Link Community Development - Events and Activities - Morocco/Croatia Hitch
... The Morocco/Croatia Hitch is LCD’s biggest fundraiser and the world's largest organised hitchhiking event ... More than 7,500 people have taken part in the Hitch since it started, raising at least £3.5million ...
Snuggle Hitch
... The snuggle hitch is a modification of the clove hitch, and is stronger and more secure ... International Guild of Knot Tyers came up with this unique hitch, and it was first documented in the Guild's Knotting Matters magazine issue of January, 1987 ...
Snuggle Hitch - Tying
... Start by tying a clove hitch around the spar or pole ... end, in the same direction as the turns forming the clove hitch ... the working end under the standing part of the original clove hitch ...
List Of Climbing Knots - Hitches
... Bachmann knot The Bachmann knot is useful when the friction hitch needs to be reset quickly/often or made to be self-tending as in crevasse and self-rescue ... Clove hitch The Clove hitch is used in belay systems among other things ... Italian hitch (aka Munter hitch, HMS) The Italian hitch is a simple knot, used by climbers and cavers as part of a life-lining or belay system ...

More definitions of "hitch":

  • (verb): Walk impeded by some physical limitation or injury.
    Synonyms: limp, hobble
  • (noun): The uneven manner of walking that results from an injured leg.
    Synonyms: hobble, limp
  • (verb): .
    Example: "Connect to a vehicle: "hitch the trailer to the car"
  • (verb): To hook or entangle.
    Synonyms: catch
  • (noun): A connection between a vehicle and the load that it pulls.
  • (verb): Jump vertically, with legs stiff and back arched.
    Synonyms: buck, jerk
  • (noun): A knot that can be undone by pulling against the strain that holds it.

Famous quotes containing the word hitch:

    If we should swap a good library for a second-rate stump speech and not ask for boot, it would be thoroughly in tune with our hearts. For deep within each of us lies politics. It is our football, baseball, and tennis rolled into one. We enjoy it; we will hitch up and drive for miles in order to hear and applaud the vitriolic phrases of a candidate we have already reckoned we’ll vote against.
    —Federal Writers’ Project Of The Wor, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    Now that is the wisdom of a man, in every instance of his labor, to hitch his wagon to a star, and see his chore done by the gods themselves. That is the way we are strong, by borrowing the might of the elements. The forces of steam, gravity, galvanism, light, magnets, wind, fire, serve us day by day and cost us nothing.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)