Definition of Long-handled
1. Adjective. Having a long handle.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Long-handled
Literary usage of Long-handled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Poetry of American Wit and Humor by Frederic Lawrence Knowles (1899)
"I dells you dot bookit it don'd hold a candle To dot long-handled dipper, dot hangs py der sink. ..."
2. Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland by Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (1892)
"14. of deer-horn, long-handled, from broch of Burwick, Orkney, xvi. 448. long-handled, from broch of ... Scottish long-handled (Pis. xiii., xiv., xv.), ix. ..."
3. Farm Drainage: The Principles, Processes, and Effects of Draining Land with by Henry Flagg French (1859)
"... the pick is used, a long-handled round- pointed shovel, now in common use on our farms, is found convenient, until the ditch is too narrow for its use. ..."
4. The New Housekeeping: Efficiency Studies in Home Management by Christine Frederick (1913)
"... long-handled Dust-pan Prevents Stooping (1) Dish Drainer Allows Dishes to Dry Themselves (3) Stationary Egg-beater Prevents Waste Motion (5) Hot Mangle ..."
5. Manual of gynecology by Henry Turman Byford (1897)
"THE AUTHOR'S long-handled NEEDLE FORCEPS. two fingers introduced, and the ovaries or fundus uteri are pulled down into view. The incision may be closed by ..."