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[wuhn-han-did] /ˈwʌnˈhæn dɪd/
having or using only one hand:
The left fielder made a one-handed catch of the fly ball.
with one hand:
to drive one-handed.
Origin of one-handed
late Middle English
1400-50; late Middle English Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Another had a cell phone handset pressed to his head and was attempting to get a scrap of paper, one-handed, from his briefcase.
  • He breaks a raw egg one-handed, plops the white into a bowl, and starts rapidly whisking.
  • His money shot is a one-handed backhand that is nothing short of a textbook, and truly has to be seen to be believed.
  • Adjustment is accomplished instantly with a simple, one-handed motion.
  • For cutting brush or sharpening wooden wedges, use a one-handed grip at the ax's point of balance near the head.
  • If this is demonstrated, then the recapping or removal will be done using a one-handed technique or a medical device.

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