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
Nissan Chief Executive Officer Hiroto Saikawa, who was handpicked by Chairman Carlos Ghosn, to run the Japanese carmaker earlier this year, has promised to investigate the matter.
After serving several major provincial posts, including party chief in Guizhou province, Li, 67, was handpicked by Xi to run his office shortly before the Chinese leader took power in late 2012.
An Under Armour stylist handpicks the items that appear in every box, which is customized according to your own style and training needs.
On Sunday, pro-government voters elected 545 delegates for the constituent assembly from some 6,000 handpicked ruling party officials and allies.
The job is considered an elite position within the Judge Advocate General's Corps, and those who hold it are handpicked by the Army's top uniformed lawyer.
All members of the new assembly are handpicked Maduro allies.
Tuesday Benjamin Booker The Motor City got its first glimpse of Booker's punk-blues guitar heroics when Jack White handpicked him as a tour opener in 2014, including a pair of Detroit dates.
Earlier this year, the company, which cut the 546-carat Golden Jubilee Diamond, lost its status as one of De Beers’s handpicked customers.
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First Known Use of handpick
Synonymscherry-pick, cull, elect, choose, name, opt (for), pick, prefer, select, single (out), tag, take
Antonymsdecline, refuse, reject, turn down
Related Wordspreselect; appoint, designate, fix, mark, nominate, set, tab, tap; accept, adopt, embrace, espouse; settle (on or upon)
Near Antonymsdisapprove, negative, repudiate, spurn; discard, jettison, throw away, throw out
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