one-handed

ADJECTIVE
  1. having or using a single hand
    a one-handed backetball shot
    one-handed golfers
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How To Use one-handed In A Sentence

  • A one-handed stop to thwart the last move of the match underlined his value. Times, Sunday Times
  • I also like the this seems to be a recipe I can make one-handed -- except for stirring the bechamel -- maybe I can do that left-handed too (I am a bit disabled for the moment, but keeping a positive attitude, and pasta helps!). Recipe for Artichoke Pastitsio with Basil Béchamel (Παστίτσιο με Αγκινάρες και Κρέμα Βασιλικό)
  • Weiss played the edge of his desk one-handed, a tremolo finished with a rapped flourish. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS
  • The controls are well thought out for one-handed operation, and it felt nicely balanced. Times, Sunday Times
  • She boosted him up one-handed, and her smile was shaky as she faced him from a distance of inches.
  • He came out with a decidedly retro game, a one-handed backhand and a pronounced taste for following the big serve with a volley. Times, Sunday Times
  • He came out with a decidedly retro game, a one-handed backhand and a pronounced taste for following the big serve with a volley. Times, Sunday Times
  • For pretty much the entire gig he hangs one-handed off his microphone, wreathed in smoke, a smouldering cig between his fingers.
  • I believe the bigger racket has helped him with his one-handed backhand by preventing a lot of the shanks.
  • A one-handed stop to thwart the last move of the match underlined his value. Times, Sunday Times
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