[ US /ˈhətʃɪnsən/ ]
  1. American colonist (born in England) who was banished from Boston for her religious views (1591-1643)
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How To Use Hutchinson In A Sentence

  • Having said that, I do not think I deserved the very abrupt and curt way in which I was treated by Mr Hutchinson on trying to explain the situation to him.
  • And old Barlow the macebearer laid up with asthma, no mace on the table, nothing in order, no quorum even, and Hutchinson, the lord mayor, in Llandudno and little Lorcan Sherlock doing LOCUM TENENS for him. Ulysses
  • Mark Hutchinson, reptile and amphibian curator at the South Australian Museum, caught the immature female taipan while it was crossing a dirt track. Archive 2007-03-01
  • Sen Kay Bailey Hutchinson went on to say, later in the interview, that Clinton was charged with more than purgery and obstriction of justice. Think Progress » Hutchinson: Indictments Should Be “On a Crime and Not Some Perjury Technicality”
  • The most famous dissidents within the Puritan community Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson were banished following disagreements over theology and policy.
  • The cold would help the defense on Jones' next carry, as the back lost the football on the handoff from quarterback Chad Hutchinson.
  • And Shay Hutchinson has been credited as one of the true pioneers of country music in Ireland.
  • Hutchinson snuffed the smoky candle and reflectively rubbed the soot from the wick between thumb and forefinger. THE FAITH OF MEN
  • Each day thousands of dollars 'worth of gold were scraped from bedrock and windlassed to the surface, and it all belonged to Pentfield and Hutchinson, who took their rank among the richest kings of Bonanza. The Faith of Men
  • Plymouth Argyle are hoping to sign Chelsea youngster Sam Hutchinson on loan.
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