Definition of Barehand

1. Adjective. With the hand bare; not wearing gloves etc. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Barehand

1. to catch with a bare hand [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Barehand

barefaced lie
barefaced lies
barefacedly
barefacedness
barefacednesses
barefit
barefoot
barefoot and pregnant
barefoot doctor
barefooted
barefooting
barege
bareges
baregine
baregines
barehand (current term)
barehanded
barehandedly
barehanding
barehands
barehead
bareheaded
barelegged
barely
barely there
baren
barenecked
bareness
barenesses
barens

Literary usage of Barehand

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1. Safety and Health Requirements Manual: U. S. Army Corps of Engineers edited by Robert H. Griffin (1999)
"H.06 Only tools and equipment intended for live-line barehand work shall be used on transmission lines. The tools shall be kept dry and clean and shall be ..."

2. A magyar védjegy-, mustra-, és modell-oltalomról szóló törvények by Zsigmond Kósa (1899)
"... insoweit nicht eine nach dem all- gemeinen Strafgesetze von amtswegen durch die Strafgerichte zu ver- folgende straf bareHand- ..."

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