Definition of handiwork
1a : work done by the handsb : work done personally recognized her handiwork
2 : the product of handiwork
Examples of handiwork in a Sentence
They admired the potter's beautiful handiwork.
I think all of these problems are her handiwork.
Recent Examples of handiwork from the Web
Ironwood Brewing Co. of Valparaiso will be among the local beer producers that offer selections of their handiwork.
Apparently, Strickland was still holding a three-year-old grudge from the 2014 playoffs, during which Harper homered off him twice and stayed at home plate a couple of seconds too long admiring his handiwork for the Strickland's sensibilities.
Incidentally, nearly $100 million in local projects got in the budget via the handiwork of lawmakers representing parts of Palm Beach and Broward counties.
The relic, with ghostly, ineffaceable traces of the original handiwork, is in the show.
Most showrunners don’t direct their handiwork, but Ms. Vilaysack, 37, is not your typical showrunner.
After the kids had gone to bed the first night, my friend and I stayed up pretty late sampling the handiwork of Canada’s finer breweries while enjoying the spectacularly starry night sky.
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HANDIWORK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of handiwork for English Language Learners
: work that is done by using your hands
: something done by a particular person or group
HANDIWORK Defined for Kids
Definition of handiwork for Students
: work done by the hands
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