Definition of Hands In

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hand in

- Horace bent over and took her
**hands in**his. - He raised his
**hands in**supplication. - Vernon bent over and took both her
**hands in**his. - Pierre stood with his
**hands in**his pockets. - Keith bent over her and took both her
**hands in**his.

- He seized her
**hands in**both of his own. - She had her
**hands in**her muff. - He caught her
**hands in**his own. - He folded her
**hands in**his own. - Put your
**hands in**the air. - He took her
**hands in**his. - And he took both her
**hands in**his. - She caught both my
**hands in**hers. - He took both her
**hands in**his. - She put her
**hands in**his. - Shall we join
**hands in**this? - He takes her
**hands in**his. - Archibald took both her
**hands in**his. - He took both of her
**hands in**his. - And they clap their
**hands in**glee. - Emma clapped her
**hands in**delight. - She folded her
**hands in**her lap. - Scotty held up his
**hands in**surrender. - He took her two
**hands in**his. - She held out her
**hands in**pity. - I clasped my
**hands in**thankfulness. - I turned and placed both my
**hands in**his. - Bea clasped her
**hands in**pity. - He bent to her and took her
**hands in**his. - He caught her whip and her
**hands in**his. - He had come to her and taken her
**hands in**his. - She wrung her
**hands in**indecision. - I took both her
**hands in**mine. - She clapped her
**hands in**glee. - He rubbed his
**hands in**glee. - Themistocles threw up his
**hands in**deprecation. - I had been in worse
**hands in**the interim. - Tommy put out his
**hands in**some confusion. - He clasped his
**hands in**supplication to her. - Olive clapped her
**hands in**delight.