by hand


With a hand or hands, manually (as opposed to a machine or some other means). For example, This letter was delivered by hand, or You can make these drawings by hand, but computer graphics are more efficient. [Mid-1500s]

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Example sentences from the Web for by hand

  • Now, Madam, I persuade you, that the greatest part but play with Christianity; they put it by-hand easily.