second-hand

[ sek-uh nd hand for 1; sek-uh nd hand for 2, 3 ]SEE DEFINITION OF second-hand
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SECOND-HAND

I do not think they find their way much into the second-hand shops.

Your mother's watch, which you had intended to take, had no second-hand.

That is why we have no public libraries and no trade in second-hand books.

And several pieces of devotion have been put in, bought on purpose at second-hand.

It would be loving him second-hand—not because of himself, seen and known by yourself.'

Bed and bedding had gone, piece by piece, to the second-hand dealers of the neighborhood.

Here are dealers in toys, cardboard boxes, second-hand books.

A second-hand buggy and a second-hand "open wagon" he also bought.

You needn't offer me any of your second-hand pabulum, Beatrix.

Let me have second-hand pleasure, since I can't afford the new article.'

WORD ORIGIN

also secondhand, late 15c., from second (adj.) + hand (n.).

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