Adjective "handwritten" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/handˈrɪtn/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Written with a pen, pencil, or other handheld implement.
  1. 'a handwritten note'
  2. 'I wrote to the address given and received a very polite handwritten letter in reply.'
  3. 'Within hours, the walls were draped in art paper bearing handwritten tributes to Gavin.'
  4. 'The letter, which was handwritten and had no return address, was sent to an FBI lab in Miami for testing.'
  5. 'The public is invited to watch works-in-progress and submit handwritten comments.'
  6. 'She too had spotted a handwritten advert of Tann's in June 2001, and had met him with her two children, Ms Laws said.'
  7. 'The universal electronic signature will have the effect of a handwritten signature towards everyone.'
  8. 'You wrote a short handwritten note, which explained to me how, where and when to deliver the feedback to the external examiner.'
  9. 'Isn't the legal strength of a petition based on handwritten signatures?'
  10. 'The den is where the music legend practiced and kept a handwritten log of his recordings.'
  11. 'The most he could do was provide us with a handwritten note that vouched for our honorable intentions.'
  12. 'Honey climbed to the stage, clutching her handwritten speech and trembling all over.'

Definitions

1. to write (something) by hand.

More examples(as adjective)

"notes can be handwritten."

"letters can be handwritten."

"texts can be handwritten."

"messages can be handwritten."

"signs can be handwritten."

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Origin

(handwrite)