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  • n. Plural form of handmark.

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Examples

  • Notice how Juno saw the bloody hand dragging handmarks when everything was normal in the beginning?

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  • Strange green raths are to be seen commonly in the country, above all by the kirkyards; barrows of the dead, standing stones; beside these, the faint, durable footprints and handmarks of the Roman; and an antiquity older perhaps than any, and still living and active — a complete Celtic nomenclature and a scarce-mingled Celtic population.

    Lay Morals

  • It glared at all the grubby people cluttering up the foyer, soiling the carpets and leaving dirty handmarks on the upholstery.

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  • Lanfranc was one of the most vigilant of these Scripture guards, and his own industry blest his church with the bible text, purified from the gross handmarks of human meddling.

    Bibliomania in the Middle Ages

  • Strange green raths are to be seen commonly in the country, above all by the kirkyards; barrows of the dead, standing stones; beside these, the faint, durable footprints and handmarks of the Roman; and an antiquity older perhaps than any, and still living and active -- a complete

    Lay Morals

  • They have been careful to instil into her young mind a reverence for humanity, and to recognize beneath all externals, whether of condition or color, the human soul all written over with the handmarks of divinity and the common claims of humanity.

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  • On closer examination, one can also see gory handmarks.

    The Guardian World News

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