The widow looked out and saw the full hands, and her heart sank.
Out of that number I have now equal to a hundred and fifty-four full hands.
We do not ask you whether you come with full hands, but whether you come with clean hands.
He thought he should go with Lulu; he must come to Doda with full hands, to ask for Amayeka.
She who had hitherto had nothing found herself all at once with full hands, and she clasped her treasure to her desperately.
Notwithstanding, my host had been abroad, and was just returned with full hands, having a large bundle of dead animals in each.
But I would fain return home with full hands—money enough to buy a little fishing craft, and a cottage by the sea.
The measure of cleaned rice is as follows: Two full hands (one coconut shell full)—1 sopa (Ilocano supa; Spanish 1/8 ganta).
"Probably because he is holding nothing but full hands and flushes," hazarded Mr. Brent.
And every now and then one of the headmen would disappear along this lane with full hands and come back with hands empty.