verb (used with object), man·han·dled, man·han·dling.
Examples from the Web for manhandle
The only way he could stop her would be with violence, and he didn't want to manhandle her.The Lani People|J. F. Bone
“The next time you manhandle a fellow, just be good enough to ask whether he is a friend or an enemy,” he shouted out.The Young Rajah|W.H.G. Kingston
If you have touched a button and called some fool clerk, I'll manhandle you!
You can manhandle me, but you can't make me turn against Sidney Prale.
You're going to open your mouth and tell me what you mean, if I have to manhandle you.