long-handled


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Adj.1.long-handled - having a long handle
long - primarily spatial sense; of relatively great or greater than average spatial extension or extension as specified; "a long road"; "a long distance"; "contained many long words"; "ten miles long"
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Then he started for the stile, and as he went over it the moon came out strong, and he had a long-handled shovel over his shoulder, and we see the white patch on the old work-gown.
Tom appeared on the sidewalk with a bucket of whitewash and a long-handled brush.
The rest were armed with spears, clubs, bows and arrows, and long-handled tomahawks.
"Pewmonia!" groaned Dolly, burrowing among the bedclothes with the long-handled pan, as if bent on fishing up that treacherous disease.
The teacher's desk and chair stood on a platform in one corner; there was an uncouth stove, never blackened oftener than once a year, a map of the United States, two blackboards, a ten-quart tin pail of water and long-handled dipper on a corner shelf, and wooden desks and benches for the scholars, who only numbered twenty in Rebecca's time.
He was a "squeedgie" man; his job was to go about all day with a long-handled mop, swabbing up the floor.
All were armed, some with Snider rifles and ancient horse pistols, others with bows and arrows, with long throwing spears, with war-clubs, and with long-handled tomahawks.
Some long-handled shovels lay about the worn cider path.
The woolly-heads made a run for me, each with a long-handled, fantail tomahawk with which to hack off my head.
In this photo, the long-handled sprayer nozzle gets a double demerit for being absent from its hook and also protruding into the aisle, a potential hazard.
Long-handled tools and push mowers should be as tall as the person using them.
Long-handled tools called 'reacher grabbers', with a claw at one end, are perfect for picking things up, and reaching for plants that need deadheading or pruning.