manhandle manhandle  /ˈmæn ˌhæn dəl/


  • (v) handle roughly


  1. He does not manhandle her.
  2. His guards manhandle enterprising reporters.
  3. There were no deaths but eleven people were injured; Israeli police arrested several Arabs as suspects and repulsed an angry crowd that tried to manhandle them.



  1. "It was an embarrassment. We have to become accountable. We've got to become more aggressive. We've got to take it personal," Weiss said. "We're letting teams manhandle us. We've got to get more physical. We have to get after people. We've...
    on Nov 11, 2005 By: Bob Weiss Source: USA Today

  2. "Dwight Howard tonight climbed over everybody's back and had his way with us," Allen said. "That's got to not be able to sit well with some of our guys, for someone like that to come and manhandle us in the paint."
    on Nov 29, 2006 By: Ray Allen Source: Forbes

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