Examples of handpick in a Sentence
They run a farm where you can handpick fresh strawberries.
a box of handpicked strawberries
The executive handpicked her successor.
Recent Examples of handpick from the Web
And then there was Jackson, who handpicked two coaches and subverted both of them.
That tune is a favorite of Ron Nirenberg, who handpicked it for Tuesday’s United State of the City address, his first as San Antonio mayor.
Each expert worked with Nassar or knew him personally, and Nassar handpicked one of them, according to the report.
The sale includes discounts on 12 rosé wines—including fan-favorites like Winc’s Summer Water Rosé and Forty Ounce Rosé—that Devon Broglie, Whole Foods Market’s own master sommelier, handpicked with his team.
Titled 50 for 50, the set looks to unearth some underestimated gems from the band’s history, handpicked by the group’s frontman, Ian Anderson.
The fresh blooms are handpicked from the company's South American farms and can be delivered to your door on or before Valentine's Day, but only while supplies last.
As an educator, Mr. Tabakov would handpick promising students from throughout the country for his master classes.
And while Lena’s Denise seems to be handpicked from Lena’s life story, Waithe brings to this character something different.
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HANDPICK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of handpick for English Language Learners
: to pick (something, such as a fruit) by using your hand
: to choose (something or someone) carefully by yourself instead of letting someone else do it
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