from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. clothing for the hands, especially gloves.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. clothing for the hands
  • n. clothing for the hands


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  • Sure enough, in addition to handwear, it contained this:

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  • For medieval handwear, both gloves and mittens are known, and in the 14th and 15th century, even "lobster mittens" two compartments for two fingers each, and the thumb can be found on pictures.

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  • She's got nothing to go on but his choice of handwear and his website logo.

    "Wearing an overcoat but gloveless on a frigid morning, Mr. Obama invoked a speech Lincoln gave here..."

  • The bags yielded a bewildering array of footwear, underwear, headwear, handwear, eyewear and perplexing, unidentifiable items.

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  • Profits on the must-have handwear of the season go to the Own the Podium programme, supporting Canadian athletes, but the big winners will come from outside the host nation, as the mittens themselves are made in China.

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  • On one hand - quite literally - the gritty ice angler demands handwear that delivers the obvious: warm fingers.


  • The Frabill All Purpose Task Glove is an official member of Frabill'scomplete lineup of ice fishing specificapparel that includes ICESUIT, FXESnosuit, and various articles ofpremium headwear, handwear, andmidlayer garments.


  • Internal pockets to store an extra hat and handwear were missed.

  • Is it just me, or is this handwear removal not aimed primarily at Red Barry but at a less than thrilled base that is starved for some national leadership?

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  • I guess the only difference between goyish and Jewish neanderthals is that the latter has designer protective handwear to keep the knuckles from scrapping the ground.



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