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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forehandedly
Literary usage of Forehandedly
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. My Life and Work by Henry Ford, Samuel Crowther (1922)
"... intelligently and forehandedly; that the better we do our work the better off we shall be. All of which I conceive to be merely elemental common sense. ..."
2. Come Into the Garden by Grace Tabor (1921)
"men may come and go without doing a bit of harm, or hindering the establishment of vines thus forehandedly started, in the least. Given a chance thus to get ..."
3. Accounting as an Aid to Business Profits by William Rupert Basset (1918)
"... in excess of expected income, or in the case of a very large commitment, that the financing may forehandedly be arranged. The invoice is up for payment. ..."
4. Treasure by Gertrude Singleton Mathews (1917)
"The main thing in their sphere was to acquire forehandedly. All those leaves are carried wisely to the mushroom- beds away down under the ground which make ..."