hotch|potch


hotch|potch
hotch|potch «HOCH POCH», noun.
1. = hodgepodge. (Cf.hodgepodge)
2. a dish containing a mixture of many ingredients, especially a mutton broth thickened with young vegetables of all sorts stewed together.
3. Law = hotchpot. (Cf.hotchpot)
[variant of hotchpot. Compare etym. under hodgepodge.]

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