2. v. to cutch ie to spend time in a state of hug.
A cutch can stop a fettle being a bad thing.
Saviour:Don't sweat it, lady. I feel the need for a cutch.
a vegetable extract containing tannin, esp. one (also catechu) obtained from the heartwood of an Indian acacia tree, used chiefly for tanning and dyeing. • The chief source of this is Acacia catechu, family Leguminosae.
ORIGIN late 17th cent.: modern Latin, from Malay kacu. Compare with cachou .
"Shut up you only cutched it, there's a window to your left."