American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Drawn by hand without the aid of tracing or drafting devices: a freehand sketch.
- free + hand (Wiktionary)
“I'm pretty good with geography and drawing all the states freehand is a lot tougher than it looks.”
“Â I spent a lot of time pounding out the clay into flat slabs, cutting it to size, and then (hardest of all) trailing stained slip freehand from a bottle.”
“Not mere utilitarian drawing-to-scale and making plans and elevations, but "freehand" - drawing, the reproducing of meaningless twirly curves and twiddly twists from symmetrical conventional "copies".”
“This time, Monica's creating papel with tiny dangling butterflies and suns, all sort of done in freehand.”
“The first product, the Confident Surgery Suite 300, of SurgicEye implements the so called freehand SPECT technology for detection, localization and guided biopsy of sentinel lymph nodes in breast cancer.”
“Yes | No | Report from combat. medic wrote 3 weeks 3 days ago botht the bowline and hitch are easier to tie "freehand" or in the air. the hitch you make a loop in the rope, then a second loop, and criss-cross the loops ... kinda hard to explain without being right there showing you.”
“The National Directorate of Public Prosecutions had also been asked to make available a senior member of its staff and the directorate would have a "freehand" in conducting its own investigations.”
“He was attempting to cut the board "freehand" without the rip fence, according to the documents.”
“Please let us all know what you find. p.s. My stat application only tracks the last five visitors because for some stupid reason I don't pay the yearly fee of like, $25. p.p.s. Drawing arrows and writing "freehand" is REALLY hard to do only using a trackpad.”
“Watching a video of Maloof cutting compound curves freehand into blocks of wood with a band saw is like watching Jimi Hendrix play guitar or Evel Knievel jump fountains.”
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