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Can you pick the 'handy' word or phrase that matches each description?
Updated Aug 19, 2015
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While the term refers to having blood on one's hands, it can be used to describe any instance of being caught in the act.
Spanish for 'Hand.'
It is worth two in the bush.
To attempt to cater to every need or desire of someone else.
Document or book written by hand.
To bring about a situation which necessitates an agent to act, often causing a plan to be executed prematurely.
Describes someone who is dealing fairly and impartially.
Can refer to a type of pitch, performed with the arm moving above the shoulder.
Can refer to a type of a pitch, performed with the hand brought forward and up from below the level of the shoulder;
marked by or done in a deceptive, secret, or sly manner.
To have the freedom to do as one sees fit.
To dismiss without thought or study.
To select personally and with care.
Originally referred to a decorative addition to a sleeve;
came to refer to a restraining device.
An insult disguised as praise,
e.g., 'You are brighter than you look.'
To have a close association with.
involved passing money into a cap held by an umpire;
a modern betting or golfing term is derived from this word.
Latin for 'Hand.'
Work with one's hands in a skillful manner;
originally referred to military movements.
Literally 'the care of the hands.'
As a noun, it originally referred to a service book used by a priest;
eventually came to refer to any concise handbook.
Derived from Latin for 'hand' and 'a working.'
They are the devil's workshop or tools.
Refers to a jockey who has a comfortable lead and doesn't need to lift his hands to prod a horse.
French for 'Hand.'
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