[ UK /hˈændləs/ ]
  1. without a hand or hands
    a handless war veteran
  2. lacking physical movement skills, especially with the hands
    ham-handed governmental interference
    could scarcely empty a scuttle of ashes, so handless was the poor creature
    a bumbling mechanic
    a bungling performance
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How To Use handless In A Sentence

  • With a little hard work and a lot of time, a headless, footless and handless body soon stood in my apartment. The Scary Reality of a Real-Life Barbie Doll
  • a handless war veteran
  • could scarcely empty a scuttle of ashes, so handless was the poor creature
  • But every genre has its talentless, dreadful army of handless practitioners, and yet somehow, unlike poor old horror, they all still manage to get away with not having their finest sons and daughters tarred with the brush of the hopeless.
  • One sickening moment which springs to mind is the bit in ‘Titus’ when we see the mutilated Lavinia for the first time, in all her handless, tongueless glory.
  • The ashes are all that is left and the body has been reduced so that the ghostly figure looks both handless and headless.
  • Sam found Lirael a moment later, curled up in the ash, the carving of the Dog nestled in the crook of her handless arm. ABHORSEN
  • They don cheap oakland hotels out boniface cyprinid per se and they too beriberi momentum that the soya is not a handless macrocyte harangue from italian to period. Rational Review
  • By the way, there are some people now using the handless phone options.
  • A handless model in Belgium who posed in a bra to raise awareness of disability issues has become an overnight celebrity, the Daily Mail of London reported.
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