verb (used with object), hand·wrote or (Archaic) hand·writ; hand·writ·ten or (Archaic) hand·writ; hand·writ·ing.
Origin of handwrite
Examples from the Web for hand-written
Rihanna Thanks Designers for Presents via Instagram: Forget the hand-written thank you note.Lululemon Founder Resigns; Victoria Beckham's Wedding Tiara Fails to Sell|The Fashion Beast Team|December 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I had a student send a hand-written letter every day she was on the waitlist.
Page 36: "Bow not to books, nor saviors, nor aught" included a hand-written change that inserted "to" before "aught."The Cross and Crown|T. D. Curtis
Therefore speed of production is an important factor that must be considered in connection with the hand-written poster.Illumination and its Development in the Present Day|Sidney Farnsworth
The music in the printed book appears to be a hand-written copy of the 1765 original, retaining or adding assorted minor errors.The Beggar's Opera|John Gay
This document was taken from hand-written letters in the eighteenth century, and also contains quotes from other authors.Observations on Mount Vesuvius, Mount Etna, and Other Volcanos|William Hamilton
On the top, methodically folded, were some hand-written directions for fancy work.Moth and Rust|Mary Cholmondeley