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barrow1 a flat, rectangular frame used for carrying a load, supported by handles at each end or handles at one end and a wheel at the other; wheelbarrow.
calligraphy elegant lettering or writing done by hand. [1/3 definitions]
cart a small, light vehicle moved by hand and used to carry goods. [1/6 definitions]
crank a mechanical device for applying rotary motion, consisting of a lever arm or disk attached at right angles to the end of a rotating shaft and turned by hand or connecting rod. [1/6 definitions]
dart a small pointed missile, thrown by hand or shot from a blowgun or other device. [1/6 definitions]
digital clock a clock that displays the time as digits rather than by hands on a dial.
distaff a staff with one cleft end to hold the material from which thread is drawn in spinning by hand or on a spinning wheel. [1/3 definitions]
Erlenmeyer flask a conical laboratory flask with a broad, flat base and a short, narrow neck, used to mix liquids by hand.
freehand by hand without guidelines or guiding implements.
free-handed done by hand, without guidelines or guiding implements; freehand. [2/3 definitions]
fret3 one of the ridges set across the fingerboard of a stringed instrument, such as a guitar or lute, that is played by hand. [1/2 definitions]
give out to distribute (something), usually by hand. [1/3 definitions]
handbill a printed announcement or advertisement to be distributed by hand.
handcart a small, often two-wheeled cart drawn or pushed by hand.
handicraft skill at making things by hand. [2 definitions]
hand in to submit, usually by hand (something that is due, such as an assignment, test paper, or report). [1/2 definitions]
handiwork work produced by hand, such as embroidery. [1/2 definitions]
hand-knit knitted by hand rather than by machine. [2 definitions]
handmade made, prepared, or fashioned by hand or with hand tools, rather than by machine.
hand organ a portable barrel organ that is played by turning a crank by hand.
handpick to pick (fruits or the like) by hand rather than by machine. [1/2 definitions]