- rotating clockwise.
- noting a helical, or spiral, member, as a gear tooth or screw thread, that twists clockwise as it recedes from an observer.
adverb Also right-hand·ed·ly.
- right-hand buoy,
- right-hand man,
- right-hand rule,
Origin of right-handed
Examples from the Web for right-handed
I sawed under limbs and over limbs, right-handed and left-handed, standing on my feet and on my head.The Idyl of Twin Fires|Walter Prichard Eaton
Well, I wouldn't say that I could make a determination of whether he was left-handed or right-handed.Warren Commission (4 of 26): Hearings Vol. IV (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Thus the conditions of the rise of the right-handed era were made as simple and uniform as possible.
But this would leave the child's left arm free, and so a right-handed mother would be found with a left-handed child!
Then, when the "curve" was still a novelty, there were very few hard hits made to right field by right-handed batters.Base-Ball|John M. Ward