- 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.
Origin of right-handed
Examples from the Web for right-handed
Historical Examples of right-handed
By a Juryman: I do not say the cuts could not have been made by a right-handed person.
It is just possible the cut was made with the left hand, but then the deceased was right-handed.
Most grizzlies are right-handed; that is, the right fore paw is most used.The Grizzly
Enos A. Mills
This has made us right-handed; it has also made us right-eyed.Natural Wonders
Edwin Tenney Brewster
They were called, respectively, right-handed and left-handed crystals.Louis Pasteur