Definition of Handwrite

1. Verb. Write by hand. "You should handwrite the note to your guests"

Generic synonyms: Write
Derivative terms: Handwriting, Handwriting



Definition of Handwrite

1. Verb. To write something manually, normally used to emphasise that it is not being typed. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Handwrite

1. [v -WROTE, -WRITTEN, -WRITING, -WRITES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Handwrite

handweaving
handwell
handwells
handwheel
handwheels
handwhile
handwork
handworker
handworkers
handworks
handwoven
handwringer
handwringers
handwringing
handwrit
handwrite (current term)
handwrites
handwriting
handwriting expert
handwriting on the wall
handwritings
handwrits
handwritten
handwrote
handwrought
handy
handy-dandy
handy dandy
handygripes
handyman

Literary usage of Handwrite

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1. Official Report of the Trial of the Hon. Albert Jackson: Judge of the by Albert Jackson, Missouri General Assembly, 1859. Senate, Thomas J. Henderson (1859)
"It don't look to me that it is his handwrite. Mr. HARDIN. Did you ever see him write his name ... This handwrite is different. It is a more open handwrite. ..."

2. The History of the Reformation of Religion in Scotland by John Knox, William M'Gavin (1841)
"Let him acknowledge," said she, " his own handwrite, and then shall we j udge of the contents of the letter." And so was the letter presented from hand to ..."

3. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"1856 Thar's his name in handwrite ! ... Beverly Tucker, ' The Partisan Leader.' p. 16 this handwrite. ..."

4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Tennessee by Thomas Harvey Coldwell, Tennessee Supreme Court (1869)
"Under these instructions of His Honor, all the jury had to do was to inquire, whether the proof satisfied them that the instrument was in the handwrite of ..."

5. Life of Mary Queen of Scots by Henry Glassford Bell (1841)
"There are sundry who can counterfeit her handwrite," says Lesley, " who have been brought up in her company, of whom there are some assisting themselves, ..."

6. The Technology of Law: A Condensus of Maxims, Leading Cases, and Elements of by William Taylor Hughes (1893)
"handwrite: How proved, 1 Gr. Ev. 573a-582. Knowledge of handwrite is gained, 1. By seeing the person write; 2. By corresponding with him, 1 Gr. Ev. 577-578; ..."

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