Handout [noun]

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You would think a party that has long preached the gospel of personal responsibility — of pulling yourself up by the bootstraps rather than relying on government handouts — would reject this cult of victimhood.

They’ve talked about the need to offer “a hand up, not a handout,” and to ensure homeless people commit themselves, as a condition to home subsidies, to address the issues that may have contributed to their homelessness.

It appears like I'm givin' all I've got for a handout at the kitchen door of the big company.

I find that in asking for a handout the man who looks up-to-date is the man who gets it.

For a festive handout cut the spice cake or fruit cake in slices and sandwich them with slices of tasty cheese between.

Beside them, the once-fierce dog gamboled like a puppy, hoping for another handout.

Maybe we asks fer a handout now and then; but that ain't our reg'lar way.

All at once I was hungry enough to have gone and asked for a handout.

If I had the coin, wouldn't I give them a handout of fresh air and milk?

He had not been expecting any handout, so he was not disappointed.