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Definition of "handpicked" []

  • Selected with great care, as for a special job or purpose; chosen (adjective)
  • Picked by hand; picked or selected with care. (verb)

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  • Selected with great care or by insiders or an individual. (verb)

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Use "handpicked" in a sentence
  • "And as Danny Sullivan pointed out, these could have been terms handpicked because they performed well on the engine."
  • "CNN ... why arent you covering all the "handpicked," townhalls for Obama and theliberal dems?"
  • "Was it mentioned that NO republicans were part of the "handpicked," 164 "guests," to the OBAMACARE OBAMATHON?"