from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To handle excessively.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To handle, or use, too much; to mention too often.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To handle too much; discuss too often.
` ` We tried to not overhandle the pucks in the neutral zone, '' Fedorov said.
The clearing pass, sometimes goalies overhandle too much in situations like that.
•Rule No. 1: Don't overhandle the dough, or it'll be so hard you could crack a tooth.
Brodeur looked shaky for Canada as he seemed to overhandle the puck several times and had trouble seeing shots through players 'legs and sticks.
I didn't overhandle it, didn't get nervous and was able to stay calm all the time.
If anything, sometimes he might be guilty of trying to overhandle it and try to do too much, but he's done a good job this season of moving the puck to his teammates more often.
Aaron Brooks didn't overhandle so many times and make so many reckless forays into the paint?
It wasn’t easy, but if you use intensely fabulous ingredients and are careful not to overhandle the dough, these lacy sandwich cookies could beat the prototype in a blind tasting.