- handies peak,
- handkerchief table,
- handle to one's name
Origin of handiwork
Examples from the Web for handiwork
Their handiwork was on display Sunday, it appeared, in the small mining town of Krasnoarmeysk, 70 kilometers from Donetsk.
Lentz was so proud of his handiwork that he traveled to Berlin to show it off, and he wrote a little book about it.
Besides, Savoir Beds guarantees the handiwork on these beds for 25 years, or 9,150 nights.Savoir Beds’ Royal State Bed: Just Perfect, If You Have $175,000|Daniel Gross|June 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Even many Bibi critics who would never vote for him admire his handiwork during the recent Gaza conflagration with Hamas.
In the edit, Nora the director retained some of our dialogue alongside her handiwork.
The one-eyed man stood for a long time contemplating his handiwork.The White Waterfall|James Francis Dwyer
In his eagerness to display his handiwork to his parents he had entirely forgotten his crutches!The Story of Porcelain|Sara Ware Bassett
The old man laughed, glanced proudly at his handiwork, and named a price.Malaeska|Ann S. Stephens
Religion lives in its conscious, exultant power to create spiritual heroes, not in looking back to admire its own handiwork.The Expositor's Bible: The Epistle to the Hebrews|Thomas Charles Edwards
As proper men as ever trod upon neat's-leather have gone upon my handiwork.The New Hudson Shakespeare: Julius Caesar|William Shakespeare
Word Origin for handiwork
late 12c., from Old English handgeweorc, from hand (n.) + geweorc, collective form of weorc "work" (see work). Old English ge- regularly reduces to i- in Middle English, and the word probably came to be felt as handy + work.