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doublehanded

adjective dou·ble·hand·ed \ˈdə-bəl-ˈhan-dəd\

Definition of DOUBLEHANDED

:  having, requiring, or suitable for two sailors <a doublehanded dinghy>; also :  involving boats each manned by two sailors <a doublehanded race>

First Known Use of DOUBLEHANDED

1979

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