Other definitions for panhandle (2 of 2)
Origin of panhandle2
OTHER WORDS FROM panhandlepanhandler, noun
How to use panhandle in a sentence
More than 600 permanent jobs are projected, and economic benefits are expected to span across the region and into the nearby West Virginia northern panhandle.West Virginians Were Promised an Economic Revival. It Hasn’t Happened Yet.|by Ken Ward Jr.|October 29, 2020|ProPublica
Life-threatening flash flooding and river flooding is likely over portions of the central Gulf Coast from the western Florida panhandle to southeastern Louisiana.NOAA is changing the way it talks about hurricanes|Greta Moran|September 22, 2020|Popular-Science
Laya flew to New York and found Shulamith emaciated and panhandling, carrying a bag holding a hammer and an unopened can of food.
Dude probably sold the boots, probably walks around barefoot because he makes more money panhandling that way.Officer’s Gift to ‘Homeless’ Man Triggers Controversy|Winston Ross|December 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST