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See also: one-handed



onehanded (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of one-handed
    • 2002, Jill Fredston, Rowing to Latitude: Journeys Along the Arctic's Edge, →ISBN:
      A month earlier, we would have been shocked if a onehanded, fifty-four-year-old Norwegian fisherman had hailed us boisterously from the end of his wharf, but as we'd traveled north, we'd found the country less developed and less populated, and its people more outgoing.


onehanded (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of one-handed
    • 2013, Jonathan Gash, The Vatican Rip, →ISBN:
      He lit a cigar onehanded. It was clearly his trick.
    • 2010, Michael Asher, Death or Glory II: The Flaming Sword, →ISBN:
      Wallace lifted the halfinch Browning off Doris and lumped after them in leagueboot paces, hefting the big weapon onehanded as if it were a toy.