Handing [verb]

Definition of Handing:

give, transfer

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Sentence/Example of Handing:

"Very well," said the other, handing him a check for twenty-five dollars as a retainer, and straightway left the office.

Mariequita sat near by, dangling her legs, watching him work, and handing him nails from the tool-box.

Then turning to his desk he wrote an order and, handing it to an officer, said, "Take that to Colonel Strachan."

Fill this glass again, he said, handing Mr. Bumbles empty tumbler to the landlord.

Walter was handing Enid the cake when the butler entered, bearing a telegram upon a silver salver, which he handed to Sir Hugh.

Besides, had he given it to one of them, he would have been prevented handing it to Digby, which it was his object to do.

"These, madam," said I, handing her a small plush bag into which I had poured the "salvage" taken from my sticky palms.

Also, nature had conspired against Henry by handing him with a pair of hopelessly myopic eyes.

"He sends this for Madelinette," answered the dwarf, handing over a little bag of gold to the girl, who drew back.

Mr. Lacy took a Bible from the table, and handing it to Ida, requested her to read aloud the passages he pointed out.