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
What the Da Vinci Code was to Christian theology, Louise Mensch is to James Madison’s handiwork.
Hit play on the video above to see their handiwork in action.
And besides, seeing how those two plot lines intersect is one of the strange joys of Alissa Nutting’s handiwork.
In what was an old general store next to the Dairy, Malkemus and Yurgatis envisioned creating a wine and cheese bar inspired by the Italian region of Puglia to showcase Benham’s handiwork.
Bus making remains an old-fashioned business, relying more on human handiwork than robot automation.
The latter two additions were, in part, the handiwork of Arianna Huffington, who joined Uber's board in April.
Up on the roof, Broken Shaker bar serves the handiwork of Gabe Orta and Elad Zvi of Miami’s Bar Lab.
The Cabin Branch Quilters brought their handiwork, some 78 quilts, to Action in Community Through Service in Dumfries late last month, the lively colors and ornate patterns intended to brighten the lives of children who have weathered awful times.
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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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