Definition of Handicaps

1. Noun. (plural of handicap) ¹



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Definition of Handicaps

1. handicap [v] - See also: handicap

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Handicaps

handholdings
handholds
handi-craftsman
handi-craftsmen
handicap
handicapitalism
handicapped
handicapped-accessible
handicapped permit
handicapped person
handicapped sign
handicapped space
handicapper
handicappers
handicapping
handicaps (current term)
handicraft
handicrafter
handicrafters
handicraftman
handicraftmen
handicrafts
handicraftsman
handicraftsmen
handier
handiest
handily
handiness
handinesses
handing

Literary usage of Handicaps

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1. Individual Training in Our Colleges by Clarence Frank Birdseye (1907)
"The college students' handicaps may be divided into three periods; those before, ... The enlarged entrance requirements necessitate two or three handicaps ..."

2. Building with India by Daniel Johnson Fleming (1922)
"CHAPTER TWO handicaps to Progress WE have been looking at India's attainments; but unfortunately she has a darker, sadder heritage— her handicaps. ..."

3. Palmer's Index to "The Times" NewspaperTimes (London, (1873)
"31 m 11/ -- Weights for the Spring handicaps, 31 j 4 с - West Norfolk Foxhounds, 27 /'8 b — - Yachting— Royal ..."

4. Labour Market and Social Policies in Romania by Centre for Co-operation with Non-members (2000)
"Policies for adults with handicaps In addition to the above-mentioned disability pensions under the social insurance, which require a record of contribution ..."

5. Racquets, Tennis, and Squash by Eustace Hamilton Miles (1903)
"CHAPTER XLIV handicaps AND SCORING NOT a little has already been said on the ... It is not urged that handicaps should be always used, but it is urged that ..."

6. Alexander H. Stephens by Louis Pendleton (1908)
"In a sense also he was in his own person one of the Confederacy's heavy handicaps, as will be shown. There is much truth in the declaration of Benjamin H. ..."

7. Handbook of Athletic Games for Players, Instructors, and Spectators by Jessie Hubbell Bancroft, William Dean Pulvermacher (1916)
"handicaps. — Very often players in a tournament receive handicaps, which are assigned by the Referee. These handicaps are termed odds. ..."

8. Selected Articles on National Defense by Julia Emily Johnsen (1920)
"... handicaps AT THE BEGINNING OF THE WAR1 At the outbreak of war, this country and all military commanders were confronted with certain handicaps. ..."

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