Fore"hand`ed, a.

1.

Early; timely; seasonable.

"Forehanded care."

Jer. Taylor.

2.

Beforehand with one's needs, or having resources in advance of one's necessities; in easy circumstances; as, a forehanded farmer.

[U.S.]

3.

Formed in the forehand or fore parts.

A substantial, true-bred beast, bravely forehanded. Dryden.

 

© Webster 1913.

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