old handSEE DEFINITION OF old hand
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OLD HAND
He is an old hand, who knows the market and frankly manufactures for it.
It was an old hand, delicately white, with large finger-joints.
I'm an old hand, and I don't want to be found out in a mistake.'
Inscribed in old hand by Johannes Baptista Bassus on the title.
If he knew how to do the job, surely you, an old hand, must have learnt how to do it long ago.
Prince Paser, however, is an old hand at dealing with such complaints.
But already there is a feeling of sauntering in like an old hand at the game.
But Dick is an old hand, and lets his fish have his first bolt, and then turns him.
I took his old hand in mine and raised it reverently to my lips.
She tried to hold her milk up, but I am an old hand at that work.