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forehanded

adjective fore·hand·ed \(ˌ)fr-ˈhan-dəd\

Definition of FOREHANDED

1
a :  mindful of the future :  prudent
b :  well-to-do
2
:  forehand 2
fore·hand·ed·ly adverb
fore·hand·ed·ness noun

Examples of FOREHANDED

  1. <was forehanded enough to stock up on batteries for winter storms>

First Known Use of FOREHANDED

1650

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