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offhanded

adjective off·hand·ed \-ˈhan-dəd, -ˌhan-\

Definition of OFFHANDED

:  offhand
off·hand·ed·ly adverb
off·hand·ed·ness noun

Examples of OFFHANDED

  1. <a quick, offhanded suggestion that was actually much better than any of the prepared proposals>

First Known Use of OFFHANDED

1812

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