red-handed[ red-han-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF red-handed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RED-HANDED
You will call your men off his track—until you catch him red-handed?
This red-handed wretch will try to marry some aristocratic heiress.
After that, she would catch her father suddenly, and bring him back, red-handed.
"They will shoot him red-handed if they catch him," I answered confidently.
Will you believe the testimony of the defendant or this red-handed Pinkerton?
Why do you keep trying to explain, when I caught you red-handed?
They were hungry and thirsty, a rough, red-handed mob of seamen.
Doubtless Clifford was as red-handed a sinner as any of the barons, but probably no worse.
Felim, the son of Charles the Red-handed, led an array into Connaught.
We must watch and wait, and the next time catch him red-handed.