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hand grenade a small hand-thrown explosive shell that is exploded by a fuse or on impact.
handgun a firearm that can be held and used with one hand, such as a pistol.
hand-held small or light enough to be operated while held in the hand. [2 definitions]
handhold something that can be gripped by the hand, as in climbing. [2 definitions]
handicap a disability or disadvantage that acts as an impediment or limitation. [6 definitions]
handicapped having a physical or mental disability. [3 definitions]
handicraft skill at making things by hand. [2 definitions]
handily easily; capably. [2 definitions]
hand in to submit, usually by hand (something that is due, such as an assignment, test paper, or report). [2 definitions]
handiwork work produced by hand, such as embroidery. [2 definitions]
handkerchief a small piece of thin cloth, usu. square and sometimes ornamented and used to wipe the nose, face, neck, or hands, or worn as decoration in a pocket.
hand-knit knitted by hand rather than by machine. [2 definitions]
handle a part designed to be grasped in order to lift or hold the thing to which it is attached. [7 definitions]
handleable combined form of handle.
handlebar (usu. pl.) a steering bar with handles on a two-wheeled vehicle, such as a bicycle or scooter.
handlebars a curved bar with handles on a bicycle or similar vehicle.
handleless combined form of handle.
handler a person who handles something. [3 definitions]
handless combined form of hand.
handle with kid gloves to treat with care, caution, tact, or the like.
handling a using of the hands to touch or carry. [2 definitions]