Have a hunch definition is - to have a feeling. How to use have a hunch in a sentence.
have a hunch (that something is the case) and have a hunch about something to have an idea about what did, will, or should happen; to have a feeling that something will or should happen.
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1 : to thrust oneself forward hunched along for a short spell of safe steps — T. B. Costain. 2 a : to assume a bent or crooked posture folded his hands on the table and hunched forward — Hugh MacLennan. b : to draw oneself into a ball : curl up hunch beneath the covers — Randall Jarrell.
to lean forward with your shoulders raised or to bend your back and shoulders into a rounded shape: We hunched round the fire to keep warm. Stand up straight and don't hunch your back. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases. Not holding the body upright. bent double. bowed.
have a hunch (that something is the case) and have a hunch about something. to have an idea about what did, will, or should happen; to have a feeling that something will or should happen. I had a hunch that you would be here when I arrived. I have a hunch about the way things will happen. See also: have, hunch.
1. countable noun. If you have a hunch about something, you are sure that it is correct or true, even though you do not have any proof . [informal] I had a hunch that Susan and I would work well together. Then Mr. Kamenar, acting on a hunch, ran a computer check at the Federal Election Commission.
1. An intuitive feeling or a premonition: had a hunch that he would lose. 2. A hump. 3. A lump or chunk: "She ... cut herself another hunch of bread" .... Hunch - definition of hunch by The Free Dictionary. https://www.thefreedictionary.com/hunch. Printer Friendly.