Noun(1) United States blues musician who transcribed and published traditional blues music (1873-1958
Adjective(1) easy to reach(2) useful and convenient(3) skillful with the hands
(1) So if you're not too handy with a hoe, they'll keep on springing up just when you least expect it.(2) And, a jig saw or coping saw is just about the only tool you'll need, so don't fret if you are not particularly handy with a hammer and saw.(3) I spent most of yesterday painting the kitchen, quite a job with only a chair to stand on and a couple of cupboards handy for climbing to reach the roof.(4) Off-screen, Davis also turns out to be handy with weaponry.(5) Often, as is the case here, it is a handy tool for misdirection or a neat handle from which to hang accusations.(6) This is only a four-minute slippery shuffle from the ski lifts, while also being handy for the resort's centre.(7) Since it's coral and you don't have handy access to dead sea creatures, how about treating it like an acronym?(8) Their location suggests that the tablets had just arrived or at least been placed together in a special area for handy access to their information.(9) The second entrance beside the Craigieburn Stream offers a handy picnic place close to the road.(10) In spite of Mrs Major locking all the doors, back and front and closing all the handy windows├ö├ç┬¬ they got in.(11) Moreover, the simple justification of the move - as a necessary evil to achieve the noble end of saving the National Health Service - is a handy argument.(12) The fast bowler, who is also handy with the bat, was the only youngster from the area to be picked for the county team following trials last month.(13) Leave the squeegee in the bath so it is handy to reach the next time you need it.(14) It was in a handy location, across the street from my first start-up software business.(15) In a field kit, I have a handy Hoppe's screwdriver handle which stores up to 15 bits.(16) If you are handy with a jig saw, cut out hearts and stars from thin wood, then paint and hang with raffia for a homespun look, or even easier make your ornaments from salt dough.
(1) come in handy :: o mai i le ono
1. useful ::
2. readily available ::
faigofie ona maua
3. skillful ::
4. ready to hand ::
saunia e tuu
1. inaccessible ::
2. inconvenient ::
3. untouchable ::
Different Formshandy, unhandy
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