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  • (adj) with bare hands


  1. With Jessie's arm only partly swallowed, the shark tried to wiggle free from Vance's barehanded grasp.
  2. It was not like the old days; there were only three gruesome murders, and there was no torture more horrendous than a barehanded strangulation.
  3. French, one of the 40% of mankind who are relatively immune to poison ivy, can safely gather the plant barehanded.


  • Walpole fan nabs rare daily double

    The Red Sox kept hitting home runs to dead center yesterday, and Joe Procaccini kept catching them. In a statistically improbable thrill for the 33-year-old Walpole native, Procaccini caught two home runs barehanded in the front row of the bleachers next to the black tarp: one off Mike Carp’s bat in the sixth inning, the other on Jarrod Saltalamacchia’s second round-tripper of the game an inning ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Boston Herald

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  1. "He has to be the best defensive third baseman in the league, because he makes those plays all the time," Miner said. "I thought that was definitely a hit, especially since Peralta runs pretty well, but he just swooped in, barehanded it and...
    on Jul 5, 2007 By: Zach Miner Source: Forbes

  2. "His mistake was not giving the ball up," said Rollins, a fellow shortstop. "He already made the highlights by making the barehanded grab."
    on Jul 22, 2008 By: Jimmy Rollins Source: Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

  3. "He probably thought that he could get the third baseman napping a little bit," said Piniella, the former Rays manager now in his second season with the Cubs. "As it was, the kid came in barehanded, and the first baseman made a real nice...
    on Jun 17, 2008 By: Lou Piniella Source:

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