freehand vs freehanded what difference

what is difference between freehand and freehanded

English

Etymology

free +‎ hand

Adjective

freehand (not comparable)

  1. Drawn using the hand without any helping device.

Translations

Verb

freehand (third-person singular simple present freehands, present participle freehanding, simple past and past participle freehanded)

  1. To conduct a procedure involving use of the hands without any helping device or guide.


English

Alternative forms

  • free-handed

Etymology

free +‎ handed

Adjective

freehanded (comparative more freehanded, superlative most freehanded)

  1. Openhanded; generous.
  2. Freehand, unassisted.
  3. Unconstrained.
  4. Having empty hands.
  5. (finance) Transferable to other assets.

Adverb

freehanded (comparative more freehanded, superlative most freehanded)

  1. Generously.
  2. Unassisted.
  3. In an unconstrained manner.

Verb

freehanded

  1. simple past tense and past participle of freehand

Anagrams

  • fenderhead

Please follow and like us:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Social Share Buttons and Icons powered by Ultimatelysocial