Examples of handyman in a Sentence
hired a handyman to paint the porch, clean the gutters, and replace the broken window
Recent Examples of handyman from the Web
Prock worked as a handyman on the property at 42000 block of Green Mountain Drive.
Isaias said his father’s work as a handyman sparked his interest in construction, building and civil engineering.
His tumultuous life had taken him from thrilling crowds at Madison Square Garden to making ends meet by working odd jobs as a security guard and handyman, but few could have predicted his descent into murder.
The avalanche thundered through the kitchen, killing the workers there, including Linda Salzetta, the young waitress, and Faye Dame, the Senegalese handyman.
To date, nearly $30,000 has been raised to remodel the old cabin, but the owners need at least $20,000 more to pay workers for their handyman skills.
The study, which is open to low-income seniors, tracks whether handyman repairs and better at-home health education can improve the overall health of people aging in place.
Detectives said Byrd is a handyman and was performing some contractual work on Horn's properties, including the Patuxent Road property where Horn was found dead on March 16.
That drop may reflect investor worries that Amazon could potentially compete with Best Buy’s in-home handyman service, which has been a cash cow for the company.
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Definition of handyman for English Language Learners
: a person (especially a man) who is skillful at doing small jobs (such as household repairs)
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