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See also: free-handedly


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freehanded +‎ -ly


freehandedly (comparative more freehandedly, superlative most freehandedly)

  1. In a freehanded manner.
    • 2007, James B. Stiehl, ‎Werner H. Konermann, & ‎Rolf G. Haaker, Navigation and MIS in Orthopedic Surgery, →ISBN, page 91:
      We currently prefer to position this cutting guide freehandedly, without any supports, which means shorter cutaneous incisions can be made.
    • 2008, Günter Bischof & ‎Fritz Plasser, The Changing Austrian Voter, →ISBN:
      In 1945 the Allies noted with surprise how quickly the reconstitution of state authority and the organization of elections were implemented by Karl Renner's provisional government, a government moreover that had been installed freehandedly by the Soviet Union without the consent of the Western Allies.
    • 2009, David L. Simmons, Bob White, →ISBN, page 30:
      Consequently, Jim Crow aided hooch to flow freehandedly in the Baptist Bottom.