The Project Runway star and hands-off mother of six on why she bought her 9-year-old a motorcycle.
Damien Hirst, a hands-off Conceptualist, becomes a born-again painter.
The better decision is incremental reforms at the state level and a hands-off approach from the feds.
Has the White House been too hands-off during debt talks in Congress?
Team Obama had better hope its hands-off strategy for saving the two-state solution works.
For years, President Obama took a hands-off approach to Iraqi politics.
In terms of research questions or what is taught in the classroom, Broad has mostly played a hands-off role.
Secretary Johnson had obviously adopted a hands-off policy on integration.
So far as foreign powers are concerned, we have laid down the principle of "hands-off."
We interfered under a most questionable extension of the Monroe Doctrine, and asserted the principle of "hands-off."
also hands off, as an adjective, by 1895. As a command to desist, by 1810.
Noninterfering; passive: the president's hands-off policy (1902+)