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right-hand·er

(rīt′hăn′dər)
n.
One who is right-handed.
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right-hander

n
1. (Boxing) a blow with the right hand
2. a person who is right-handed
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right′-hand′er



n.
1. a right-handed person.
2. a blow or pitch delivered with the right hand.
[1855–60]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.right-hander - (baseball) a pitcher who throws with the right hand
baseball, baseball game - a ball game played with a bat and ball between two teams of nine players; teams take turns at bat trying to score runs; "he played baseball in high school"; "there was a baseball game on every empty lot"; "there was a desire for National League ball in the area"; "play ball!"
hurler, pitcher, twirler - (baseball) the person who does the pitching; "our pitcher has a sore arm"
2.right-hander - a person who uses the right hand more skillfully than the leftright-hander - a person who uses the right hand more skillfully than the left
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
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Translations

right-hander

[ˌraɪtˈhændəʳ] Ndiestro/a m/f
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right-hander

[ˌraɪtˈhændəʳ] n (person) → chi usa or adopera la mano destra; (blow) → destro
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in classic literature ?
A very severe round follows, in which Tom gets out and out the worst of it, and is at last hit clean off his legs, and deposited on the grass by a right-hander from the Slogger.
"His stand is basically right-handers vs left-handers.
Before he was shut down, Dunning, whom the Sox acquired with right-handers Lucas Giolito and Reynaldo Lopez from the Nationals for Adam Eaton in 2016, looked strong and went 6-3 with a 2.71 ERA in 86?
Ottavino will join right-hander Dellin Betances and left-hander Zach Britton as the primary setup men for closer Aroldis Chapman, part of a bullpen that includes right-handers Chad Green and Jonathan Holder and left-hander Tommy Kahnle.
Neither has yet made the jump to becoming a truly world-class spinner, but Ali has found life tougher this summer than the last two and there is a sensible reason to pick a bowler who turns the ball away from right-handers.
Much higher mortality rate has been found to exist among the left-handers than the right-handers [10].
* When the ball is above your feet it will swing in the air from right to left for right-handers and the opposite for left-handers, so adjust your set-up line accordingly.
He hit one from the right side of the plate off left-hander Aaron Fultz, and two from the left side against right-handers R.A.
Based on survey of 4,000 French citizens, the study explores behavioral differences -- between men and women, left-handers and right-handers, young and old -- on ecommerce web sites.
Three types of language lateralization were extablished from the images obtained; 'typical' with a dominant left hemisphere (present in 88% of right-handers and 78% of left-handers), 'ambilateral' without a clearly dominant hemisphere (present in 12% of right-handers and 15% of left-handers), and 'strongly atypical' with a dominant right hemisphere (present only in 7% of left-handers).
Seven others were reassigned to minor league camp: right-handers Matt Barnes, Miguel Celestino and Noe Ramirez; left-hander Henry Owens; infielder Heiker Meneses, first baseman Travis Shaw and catcher Blake Swihart.
Mallett believes a "more attacking line outside off-stump turning into the right-handers" is required in Adelaide due to less bounce on offer.