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  • n. Plural form of handbasket.

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Examples

  • God is surely too busy delighting in us to want to ship us off in handbaskets to Hades.

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  • The Czar will mention biofuels and their importance in his opening speech and the only transport thereafter will be to hell in wicker handbaskets.

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  • However you say it, whatever gods or goddesses or sacred icons or holy handbaskets you worship, have a happy holiday!

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  • The Native Americans would be well within reason for wanting all of us to go back and get back their handbaskets.

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  • Everything is going to hell in a handbasket, and we're running out of handbaskets.

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  • If you got a private sector firm that can profit while everything the government touches is going to hell in a handbasket even though we have a shortage of handbaskets, you can understand why government would resent them.

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  • and someplace else--someplace hotter than the warm spot on the bed, that's for sure. you can see it in her eyes. she's mentally batting around thoughts of handbaskets and pitchforks. still, you persevere.

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  • If you’re not familiar with the makeover of the shopping cart, it was impressive: wheels that turn 360 degrees so you don’t have to lift up the rear end of the cart in a tight spot; removable handbaskets that stack into metal frames to reduce cart theft and increase shopping ease; a safer design to prevent child injuries; a lighter, more compact frame for storage; and major improvements all around.

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