Barehanded
Barehanded \Bare"hand`ed\, n. Having bare hands. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • barehanded — also bare handed, mid 15c., from BARE (Cf. bare) (adj.) + HAND (Cf. hand) (n.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • barehanded — [ber′han΄did] adj., adv. 1. with hands uncovered or unprotected 2. without weapons, appropriate means, etc …   English World dictionary

  • Barehanded — Infobox Album | Name = Barehanded Type = Album Artist = Hugh Blumenfeld |225px Released = 1993 Recorded = ? Genre = Folk music Length = 46:47 Label = Prime CD Producer = David Seitz Reviews = *Allmusic (3/5)… …   Wikipedia

  • barehanded — /bair han did/, adj., adv. 1. with hands uncovered: He caught the baseball barehanded. 2. without tools, weapons, or other means: foolishly coming barehanded to the besieged city. [1400 50; late ME bare handyd. See BARE1, HANDED] * * * …   Universalium

  • barehanded — adjective, adverb having no gloves on, or having no tools or weapons: They fought barehanded …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • barehanded — adjective with bare hands fought barehanded • Similar to: ↑unarmed …   Useful english dictionary

  • barehanded — 1. adjective a) Having no covering to the hands b) With no tool or weapon 2. adverb a) With no covering on the hands b) Without using a tool or weapon …   Wiktionary

  • barehanded — adj. empty handed; ungloved; unarmed …   English contemporary dictionary

  • barehanded — adjective & adverb with nothing in or covering one s hands …   English new terms dictionary

  • barehanded — adj 1. ungloved, ungauntleted, unmitted, unmittened; unprotected, vulnerable. 2. unarmed, weaponless, powerless, helpless; unprepared, unequipped, untooled, unaided, unassisted, by oneself, Sl. all by one s lonesome …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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