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How Do You Spell HANDER?

Correct spelling for the English word "Hander" is [h_ˈa_n_d_ə], [hˈandə], [hˈandə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of HANDER

  1. One who hands over or transmits; a conveyer in succession.

Common Misspellings for HANDER

Below is the list of 89 misspellings for the word "hander".

  • hznder
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  • hwnder
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  • Handur
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Usage Examples for HANDER

  1. It was clearly a back- hander over an ingenious attempt which I had made a day or two before to prove how much better it would be for me to get off three days before Collections and so obtain another whole week in the bosom of my family at Cannes! - "The Adventure of Living" by John St. Loe Strachey
  2. A very severe round follows, in which Tom gets out and out the worst of it, and is at last hit clean off his legs, and deposited on the grass by a right- hander from the Slogger. - "Tom Brown's School Days" by Thomas Hughes
  3. He gave her a back- hander that sent her reeling. - "The Devil's Garden" by W. B. Maxwell
  4. The worry that produces sleeplessness is merciless; so merciless and relentless that no fierce torture of a Black- hander can be described that is worse in its long continuing and evil results. - "Quit Your Worrying!" by George Wharton James
  5. The same name is used by the Black Hander to- day for his " assistant" or " apprentice" who actually commits a crime as that by which he was known under the Bourbons in 1820. In those early days the second- grade member of the Camorra was known as a picciotto. - "Courts and Criminals" by Arthur Train
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