two-handed

[too-han-did]
adjective
1.
having two hands.
2.
using both hands equally well; ambidextrous.
3.
involving or requiring the use of both hands: a two-handed sword; a two-handed backhand.
4.
requiring the hands of two persons to operate: a two-handed saw.
5.
engaged in by two persons: a two-handed game.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English

two-handedly, adverb
two-handedness, noun
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two-handed
 
adj
1.  requiring the use of both hands
2.  ambidextrous
3.  requiring the participation or cooperation of two people
 
two-'handedly
 
adv

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Twohanded pinochle and twohanded bezique are almost identical.
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