from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Requiring the use of two hands at once: a two-handed sledgehammer.
- adj. Made to be operated by two people: a two-handed crosscut saw.
- adj. Able to use both hands with equal facility; ambidextrous.
- adj. Having two hands.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. operated by both hands at once
- adj. operated by two people
- adj. ambidextrous
- adj. having two hands
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having two hands; -- often used as an epithet equivalent to large, stout, strong, or powerful.
- adj. Used with both hands.
- adj. Using either hand equally well; ambidextrous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having two hands; bimanous, as man
- Requiring two hands to wield or manage: as, a two-handed sword.
- Using both hands equally well; ambidextrous; hence, handy at anything; adaptable; generally efficient.
- Adapted for use by two persons; requiring the hands of two persons: as, a two-handed saw (a whip-saw with a handle at each end); a twohanded float (a plasterers' float so large as to require two men to work it).
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. equally skillful with each hand
- adj. requiring two hands or designed for two people
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Then he caught a pass while jumping over 6-foot-1 guard J.P. Primm and made a two-handed dunk.
Serena Williams, out of tennis for nearly a year after multiple foot surgeries, blood clots in her lungs and a hematoma, plays Marion Bartoli, whose two-handed forehand helped her reach the Wimbledon final in 2007.
As a huge fan of both the TAS era and this new Brave and Bold series, I mourn the lack of love for the B&B Errol Flynn-style two-handed Aquaman in this mural.
It acts like a third hand, holding the piece in place so you can sew two-handed.
Newt is back on form here, even while doing the two-handed pointy finger thing he does – no gracious congratulations for Mitt from him.
His winning dunk consisted of leaping over the hood of a car, receiving a pass from Baron Davis out of the sunroof and slamming two-handed in front of the home crowd while a choir sang "I Believe I Can Fly."
He received a bounce pass from teammate Jameer Nelson for a two-handed slam and scored his second perfect 50 score.
Yi had a nasty two-handed dunk that resulted in a three-point play, but he also made his lone three-point attempt, which banged off the glass.
McGee had a highlight of his own, when Wall threw a lob from beyond the three-point arc that McGee converted into a two-handed dunk over Brian Cardinal.
Wallace stole the ball from Wall twice in the first half, with one of them leading to a two-handed dunk for Charlie Villanueva.