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
Today, Republican party officials are planning to handpick their nominee to represent our district in Congress...
The high-profile butchers Erika Nakamura and Jocelyn Guest, who were handpicked by Ms. Bloomfield to run White Gold Butchers, on the Upper West Side, walked away in March.
The shot was taken by celebrity photographer Miller Mobley and handpicked by Obama herself for the cover.
Real political parties, like the Communist Party in the Soviet Union, can handpick successors and help facilitate a smooth transfer of power.
Plus for $20 a month, Wantable Fitness sends you five pieces of athletic-wear that are handpicked by a stylist.
In practice, however, many sponsors simply handpicked council members who would sign off on their plans.
Markle’s bouquet included Diana’s favorite flowers, Forget-Me-Nots, that were handpicked by Harry before the ceremony.
A few months after the 2015 release of the McDonald video, Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s handpicked Police Accountability Task Force recommended that an oversight board be established.
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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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