Horny-handed
Horny-handed Horn"y-hand`ed, a. Having the hands horny and callous from labor. [1913 Webster]

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  • horny handed — adj. having callous hands from work …   English contemporary dictionary

  • horny-handed — hornˈy handˈed adjective With hands hardened by toil • • • Main Entry: ↑horn …   Useful english dictionary

  • horny — Of the nature or structure of horn. SYN: keratinous (2). * * * horny hȯr nē adj, horn·i·er; est 1 a) composed of or resembling tough fibrous material consisting chiefly of keratin: KERATINOUS <horny tissue> <after the horny material has …   Medical dictionary

  • horny — adjective (hornier; est) Date: 14th century 1. a. of or made of horn b. hard, callous < horny handed > c. compact and homogeneous with a dull luster used of a mineral 2. having horns 3. [horn erect pe …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • horny — adj. (hornier, horniest) 1 of or like horn. 2 hard like horn, callous (horny handed). 3 sl. sexually excited. Derivatives: horniness n …   Useful english dictionary

  • horny — 1. (horny) (16249↑, 6961↓) Turned on immensely For guys: When their heart rate speeds up and their dicks become stiff and hard. For girls: When their heart rate speeds up and their pussies become wet and slippery. I m so horny I could do a goat.… …   Urban English dictionary

  • hard-handed — a. 1. Hard fisted, horny handed, stout handed. 2. Severe, rigorous, high handed, oppressive …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • Hellenistic astrology — is a tradition of horoscopic astrology that was developed and practiced in Hellenistic Egypt and the Mediterranean, whose texts were written in Greek (or sometimes Latin), sometime around the late 2nd or early 1st century BCE. [ See David Pingree …   Wikipedia

  • hard-fisted — a. 1. Avaricious, covetous, niggardly, sordid, stingy, mercenary, mean, closefisted, illberal, ungenerous. 2. Stout fisted, hard handed, horny handed …   New dictionary of synonyms

  • Snell — Snell, a. [AS. snell; akin to D. snel, G. schnell, OHG. snel, Icel. snjallr valiant.] Active; brisk; nimble; quick; sharp. [Archaic or Prov. Eng. & Scot.] [1913 Webster] That horny handed, snell, peremptory little man. Dr. J. Brown. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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