forehandedness[ fawr-han-did, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forehandedness
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Alexandra and Marie laughed at her forehandedness, and fell to talking of their own affairs.
Katy had among her other qualities a great deal of what is called "forehandedness."
"Let me felicitate you on your forehandedness," Harleston called from the next room.
There ain't anything specially lovable about forehandedness, when you come to that.
Forehandedness about office in keeping with his advice to grandson, 174 (note).
As for forehandedness, we actually live from hand to mouth, especially the people in the big cities.