Definition of forehanded in English:

forehanded

Line breaks: fore|hand¦ed
Pronunciation: /ˈfɔːhandɪd
 
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adverb

(In tennis and other racket sports) with a forehand stroke.

adjective

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Looking to the future; prudent or thrifty: his faculty for forehanded thought about problems to be resolved in the future
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  • Nobody believed that the forehanded man was going to kill himself when he picked a spot under a big tree, permitted himself to be photographed digging his grave.
  • As the U.S. Navy preaches to its officers: ‘Be forehanded.’
  • It isn't surprising that Kaspersky offers most forehanded upgrades for their users because often Kaspersky Lab. is the first to report new malware.

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