handler[ hand-ler ]SEE DEFINITION OF handler
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HANDLER
He was already beginning to show his natural fitness as a handler of weapons.
"There's a certain advantage to this," he said as he moved the handler delicately.
Count Redstone's handler, a bronzed, gray-haired veteran, said "Ready!"
Comet found birds and Swygert, his handler, flushed them and shot.
When with the gambler, or the roue, he was equally at home—a debauchee, or a handler of cards.
The music store engaged him as handler at six dollars a week.
No, despite the irony of the handler of money, there are some consciences that refuse to yield: and then, what then?
Technically, Leonardo was not a handler of the brush superior in any way to his Florentine contemporaries.
This operation necessitates only three men—a gatherer, a handler, and a carrier-off.
And if he is lazy, he has to be spurred with all sorts of whips, which are offensive both to the handler and the handled.