one-handed
one-hand one"-hand`, one-handed one`-hand"ed, a. Employing one hand; as, the one-hand alphabet. See {Dactylology}. [1913 Webster]

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  • one-handed — /wʌn ˈhændəd/ (say wun handuhd) adjective 1. requiring only one hand to operate: a one handed tin opener. 2. performed with one hand only: a one handed backhand. 3. (of a person) having only one hand. 4. (of a boat) operated by one person: a one… …   Australian English dictionary

  • one-handed — adjective having or using a single hand one handed golfers a one handed backetball shot • Similar to: ↑handed …   Useful english dictionary

  • one-handed — /wun han did/, adj. 1. having or using only one hand: The left fielder made a one handed catch of the fly ball. adv. 2. with one hand: to drive one handed. [1400 50; late ME] * * * …   Universalium

  • one-handed — adjective a) Using only one hand. She waved to us and lost her balance; riding a bicycle one handed is tricky. b) Very easily, without effort. Hes a terrible snooker player. I could beat him one handed! …   Wiktionary

  • one-handed — adjective Date: 15th century 1. having or using only one hand < could beat him up one handed > 2. a. designed for or requiring the use of only one hand b. effected by the use of only one hand …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • One-handed — (of literature, a magazine, etc.) pornographic: one handed reading (i.e. the other hand is engaged in masturbation) …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • one-handed — Australian Slang (of literature, a magazine, etc.) pornographic: one handed reading (i.e. the other hand is engaged in masturbation) …   English dialects glossary

  • one-handed — one′ hand′ed adj. 1) having or using only one hand 2) involving the use of only one hand 3) with one hand • Etymology: 1400–50 …   From formal English to slang

  • One-Handed Solitaire (Solitaire) — One handed Solitaire One handed Solitaire is a Patience game. See also Glossary of solitaire. Deck Single 52 card Family Pocket v · …   Wikipedia

  • one-handed food — n. Food that is small enough to hold in one hand and is not messy to eat so that it can be consumed while driving or working. Example Citation: Fast food restaurants have succeeded best with one handed food, because the majority of fast food… …   New words

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