A photograph showed Bush hunched over an easel in what appears to be a home gym.
I can be hunched over, or push my chest out more and give Caesar strength and physicality.
Yet however unsteady Smith was in life, he achieved perfect balance when hunched forward over a bicycle.
Five members of FFF, two women and three men, are hunched over her, applying lotion to every inch of her exposed flesh.
A handful of young staffers lounged on couches or hunched over their computers at makeshift desks.
He was hunched over a typewriter, laboriously poking at the keys with the index finger of each hand.
Wallie covered his mouth with his hand and hunched his shoulders.
Jasper Fay sat down on the bench as he had sat down on it many a time before, hunched and weary.
He hunched closer to his table as if to draw away from the woman.
When he saw he was to get neither, he hunched his lame hip; scratched his head, balanced the sawbuck, and shuffled away.
originally (c.1500) a verb, "to push, thrust," of unknown origin. Meaning "raise or bend into a hump" is 1670s. Perhaps a variant of bunch. The noun is attested from 1620s, originally "a push, thrust." Figurative sense of "hint, tip" (a "push" toward a solution or answer), first recorded 1849, led to that of "premonition, presentiment" (1904).
: This was too good a hunch play to let drop
An intuitive premonition; a shrewd idea or notion: I gotta hunch she won't come back
: As I hunch it, the answer is triple
[1904+; said to be fr a gamblers' belief that touching a hunchback's hump would bring good luck]