[ hand-nit ]
/ ˈhændˈnɪt /
verb (used with object), hand-knit·ted or hand-knit, hand-knit·ting.
to knit by hand.
knitted by hand.
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Origin of hand-knit
First recorded in 1915–20
OTHER WORDS FROM hand-knithand knitter, noun
Words nearby hand-knit
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Example sentences from the Web for hand-knit
Connemara has been long celebrated for its hand-knit woollen stockings.
"Well-kept homes and hand-knit socks will never save the world," said Alex's mother.The Next of Kin|Nellie L. McClung
British Dictionary definitions for hand-knit
adjective also: hand-knitted
knitted by hand, not on a machine
verb -knits, -knitting, -knitted or -knit
to knit (garments) by hand
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