hand[ hand ]SEE DEFINITION OF hand
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HAND
The box was passed from hand to hand, and excited universal admiration.
He held Philothea's hand continually, and often spoke to her in words of consolation.
More than one of these precious volumes were transcribed entirely by her own hand.
Not a hand was raised—for his worst enemies could not deny that he was temperate and frugal.
Give your heart up to it, as a little child led by its mother's hand!
He looked upward with a radiant expression, and feebly pressed her hand.
If it were not so, his hand would have written in reply to thy kind epistle.
He held her hand affectionately in his, and often drew her toward him, that he might kiss her cheek.
He knew the circumstances of the Rushtons, and he had not supposed they had any money on hand.
His grasp did not bruise, it did not seem to be tight; but the hand that held it was immovable.