han|dled «HAN duhld», adjective.
furnished with or having a handle: »

The bones were so huge that the Stone Age Man who split them had to use a stone axe or some other sharp, handled stone (Science News Letter).

combining form. having a _____handle or handles: »

A long-handled spoon = a spoon having a long handle.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • un|han|dled — «uhn HAN duhld», adjective. 1. not handled; not touched. 2. not treated or managed. 3. not accustomed to being used; not trained or broken in: »youthful and unhandled colts (Shakespeare) …   Useful english dictionary

  • well-han|dled — «WEHL HAN duhld», adjective. accomplished or managed with skill and dexterity …   Useful english dictionary

  • dled — brin·dled; han·dled; mid·dled; mud·dled; mud·dled·ness; rad·dled; …   English syllables

  • han — co·pe·han; go·han·na; han·a·fi; han·a·hill; han·ap; han·a·per; han·a·ster; han·ba·li; han·cock·ite; han·de·lian; han·dle·able; han·dled; han·dle·less; han·dler; han·ker·er; han·ker·ing·ly; han·kie; han·kle; han·kow; han·kul; han·na; han·nay·ite;… …   English syllables

  • pan|han|dle — pan|han|dle1 «PAN HAN duhl», noun. 1. the handle of a pan. 2. a narrow strip of land projecting like a handle, such as a state or territory extending between two others: »the Texas panhandle. ╂[< pan dish for cooking + handle] pan|han|dle2… …   Useful english dictionary

  • man|han|dle — «MAN HAN duhl», transitive verb, dled, dling. 1. to treat roughly; pull or push about: »If you worry me…I ll catch you and manhandle you, and you ll die (Rudyard Kipling). 2. to move by human strength, without mechanical appliances: »The larger… …   Useful english dictionary

  • mis|han|dle — «mihs HAN duhl», transitive verb, dled, dling. 1. to handle badly or roughly; maltreat: »It is a shame to see how they have mishandled the old man among them (Scott). 2. to manage badly; mismanage: »to mishandle accounts …   Useful english dictionary

  • re|han|dle — «ree HAN duhl», transitive verb, dled, dling. to handle or have to do with again; remodel …   Useful english dictionary

  • stick|han|dle — «STIHK HAN duhl», intransitive verb, dled, dling. to keep control of the hockey puck by skillful handling of the stick: »The Canuck veteran…neatly stickhandled through the defense and scored from close in (Grand Prairie Herald Tribune) …   Useful english dictionary

  • handled — han·dled …   English syllables

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