Thrutch

to move around with arms held above the head in the manner of an upright crab.

Crab's evolution is such that by 2050 they will all thrutch upright.


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  • thrutch — /thruch/ (dialect) transitive verb 1. To thrust, press, shove 2. To crush, squeeze intransitive verb To make one s way by great effort noun An instance of thrutching ORIGIN: OE thrycc(e)an …   Useful english dictionary

  • thrutch —  for thrust. Chesh. Maxfield measure, heap and thrutch. Prov …   A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • thrutch — 1. noun /θɹʌʧ/ An obstacle overcome by thrutching; an act of thrutching (See verb 2. verb /θɹʌʧ/ a) to push, press b) to crowd, throng; squeeze See Al …   Wiktionary

  • thrutch — Mawdesley Glossary to push, to shove …   English dialects glossary

  • thrutch — noun N. English a narrow gorge or ravine. verb chiefly Climbing push, press, or squeeze into a space. Origin OE, of W. Gmc origin …   English new terms dictionary

  • thrutch — Verb. To fidget, to be restless. E.g. I got no sleep at all with you thrutching about all night. Northern use /Dialect? …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • John Ewbank (climber) — John Ewbank (1948 ) was born in Yorkshire, England in 1948, and emigrated to Australia at age 15. Having learned rockclimbing in his native country, he quickly became involved in the fledgling Australian rockclimbing scene, and went on to pioneer …   Wikipedia

  • thricche — thricche, thrich(e obs. forms of thrutch …   Useful english dictionary

  • thrich — thricche, thrich(e obs. forms of thrutch …   Useful english dictionary

  • thriche — thricche, thrich(e obs. forms of thrutch …   Useful english dictionary

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