[ UK /lˈɒŋhænd/ ]
[ US /ˈɫɔŋˌhænd/ ]
  1. rapid handwriting in which letters are set down in full and are cursively connected within words without lifting the writing implement from the paper
  1. having words written out in full by hand
    longhand writing
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How To Use longhand In A Sentence

  • During her entire writing career, she submitted her manuscripts in longhand and allowed only minimal editing.
  • An example would be writing a book in longhand instead of learning to use a word processor.
  • While most signatures were written in longhand, some names were neatly hand printed on blocks.
  • I rarely write anything out longhand anymore, but the middle finger of my left hand still has a life-long callous alongside the top knuckle from a pen or pencil grinding into it. stennieville fjpoblam Loosen Up Your Writing Grip To Banish Pain | Lifehacker Australia
  • Visa issues and money woes have prevented his family from visiting the United States, so he spends most of his time writing letters home in longhand.
  • The document had become the classic of dissent for these young men, each copy painstakingly written out in longhand.
  • It was written in longhand, and without a doubt, by a female's hand.
  • I have to translate these shorthand notes into longhand.
  • The rhetoric was vintage Reagan, and the scripts were mostly written in longhand by the politician who delivered them.
  • Shorthand is eventually transcribed to longhand, and buzzwords lose their sting.
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