handy

[ han-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF handy

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HANDY

If half what they say is true, you're a handy lad with the guns.

This was accomplished in 1845, when Mr. Handy made his final settlement.

I can rig up a handy horse-stall with my spare spars and the grating.

I set my boots and Bud's side by side, where they'd be handy.

I fastened my closed lantern to my belt and put my revolver in a handy pocket.

The last thing I did was to feel if my revolver were handy and my sword loose in the scabbard.

It is customary in the Lossing Building to say, "We are so handy to the cars."

Long's it's round here somewheres I—why, I know where 'tis and—and it's handy.

It comes in handy for him, in politics and other ways, to have 'em that way.

Another wife or two to help me take care of him would come in handy.

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