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
But this isn’t a subscription service: Customers will fill out a survey and a stylist will handpick five items specifically for them.
The Pittsburgh Fraternal Order of Police presented McLay with a vote of no confidence after two years, leading to his resignation after handpicking his successor.
But President Trump’s handpicked FCC chairman, Ajit Pai, has undone the FCC’s work.
Prince Harry handpicked some of his bride's bridal bouquet flowers from a Kensington Palace garden.
The prince also reportedly handpicked flowers from Kensington Palace's garden for Markle's bouquet.
Every bottle contains 150 baby green tea leaves handpicked from the brand's gardens.
Former president Sunil Gulati handpicked Jurgen Klinsmann, then fired him in 2016 and brought Bruce Arena back to the helm.
The Hollywood kingpin had handpicked LaBeouf to be the face of the Transformers franchise, helmed by Michael Bay, and to play the son of—and potential successor to—Harrison Ford in 2008’s Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
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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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