Handiness [noun]

Definition of Handiness:

ability, talent

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Watch how the whole thing comes together in this handy video.

He thinks that might be partly because prisoners don’t have their Social Security numbers handy, and would have to ask corrections officers for help in locating them.

If you have a candy thermometer, it might come in handy, but if you don’t, carefully dip a clean finger in—don’t burn yourself—and feel for slightly higher than room temperature.

They’re a category of math equations that are really good at describing change over space and time, and thus very handy for describing the physical phenomena in our universe.

He and his son have hired just about anyone they can find who’s handy with a drill.

There’s not one season where a pair of shades couldn’t come in handy and why not do it wearing Fenty.

Artificial intelligence sometimes comes in very handy when using Photoshop.

In addition to the large open shelf, there are 4 pull out drawers, which are handy for stashing remotes, game controllers etc.

I’m handy, but not enough to design a custom suspension system for a truck that was rapidly crossing the $100,000 barrier, so I started looking around for an actual expert.

He also included a handy checklist so voters could make sure they’d completed everything before they sealed the envelope, a final step in making the tough cookie easier to chew.