noun, verb (used with object), han·seled, han·sel·ing or (especially British) han·selled, han·sel·ling.
verb (used with object), hand·seled, hand·sel·ing or (especially British) hand·selled, hand·sel·ling.
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Contemporary Examples of hansel
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Much like Max, Hansel and Gretel are abandoned by their parents in the forest and forced to fend for themselves.
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Historical Examples of hansel
When noon came Grethel shared her bread with Hansel, who had strewn his on the path.
Grethel wept bitterly, and said to Hansel, “What will become of us?”
I am looking at my little dove,” answered Hansel, “nodding a good-by to me.
We cannot get over,” said Hansel; “I can see no bridge at all.
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